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Showing posts with label Judge Andrew Napolitano. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Judge Andrew Napolitano. Show all posts

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Judge Andrew Napolitano: A Papacy of Novelty

Judge Andrew Napolitano
What if things are not always as they seem?
What if the enormously popular Pope Francis is popular precisely because he is less Catholic than his two immediate predecessors? What if his theory of his stewardship of Catholicism is to broaden the base of the Church by weakening her doctrine so as to attract more people by making it temporally easier to be Catholic?

What if the pope really believes that rather than resist modernism -- with its here today and gonetomorrowfancies -- the Church should give in to it and even become a part of it so as to appear to be relevant?

What if this is the very opposite of his responsibilities as the Vicar of Christ? What if he rejects his role as the personification of the preservation of Truth and believes he can ignore some truths?

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Judge Andrew Napolitano on the High Cost of Government Control

As America looks for yet another "strongman" to stand up to our adversaries and resolve our economic problems, Judge Napolitano is the kind of thoughtful conservative with an appreciation for constitutional first principles and what Russell Kirk called the "permanent things" that we would like to see in the White House.  

In the following video, Napolitano explains how politicians have sacrificed individual liberty and both fiscal and monetary solvency in order to gain greater control over society.  That, of course, is the concern of the Tea Party Movement, and why that movement is vital in coming elections and to the future of our country.

We will be at the Peace Center in Greenville on Thursday for the first GOP presidential debate.  We hope there will be at least one candidate who recognizes  that government exists to secure "unalienable rights" given by God, not to create ever greater dependency on government. The current economic crisis is a symptom of the failure to transmit the truth about our history, founding documents and national purpose.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Judge Andrew Napolitano - Columbus Ohio Tea Party, August 1, 2009

"In the long history of the world, very few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. This is that moment, and you are that generation, and now is the time to defend our freedoms."

Napolitano's speech is an eloquent summary of what is at stake under a regime that would substitute the will of unelected "czars" for Constitutional freedoms, executive fiat in place of republican government, and the deadening hand of socialism for civic virtue and private initiative.

The regime is hoping that if they spend and tax enough in the middle of a deep recession, they can create unprecedented inflation, fear, desperation and chaos -- a crisis in which they can remake America in their Marxist mold. But as this rally and hundreds of community meetings are demonstrating, Americans will not be easily manipulated, nor will they surrender their freedoms at the behest of thugs from the corrupt, Chicago, political machine.