Here is the latest release from Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano talking with Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital.
Archive for October, 2009
The Freedom Watch schedule has been inconsistent of late. There will be no show recorded today nor posted tomorrow. However, we have an explanation. Here is an update from the show’s producer:
Judge is traveling to University of Georgia, in Athens, GA, to debate Michael Waldman, former chief speech writer for President Clinton and current professor of law at New York University, on the morality of abortion and the legal and moral issues attendant upon the federal government paying for abortions through a public option or through federally-financed private insurance. They expect about 500 students to attend the debate.
We apologize about the inconsistent schedule as the Judge has been busy with public speaking events lately, such as this one.
We’re going to get more into the Republican Party divide next week…
Also, the Philadelphia Forum for Freedom at Drexel University is hosting a live Freedom Watch on the campus, October 28, 2009; more details to come, including exact time, other potential guests, etc.
Later today there should be a new segment posted with Peter Schiff, which we’ll have posted here as soon as it’s made available. Also look for the audio podcasts to “catch up” today and tomorrow as well.
As the Judge used to end the weekly version of Freedom Watch, “Until next week, Stay Free!”
John Tamney on the truth behind government health care:
Ron Paul responds to Lindsey Graham’s comments:
Ron Paul responds to Senator Lindsey Graham’s comments on the future Republican Party: “I’M NOT GOING TO BE LET IT BE HIJACKED BY RON PAUL.” on today’s Freedom Watch.
Graham: GOP ‘not going to be the party of angry white guys‘
Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke at a town hall in South Carolina on Monday.
(CNN) – South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has always enjoyed a little back-and-forth with belligerent audiences.
He was at it again on Monday night as he faced down an angry town hall crowd in Greenville packed with libertarians and Tea Party activists who accused at the Republican senator of ditching conservative principles by working with Democrats on issues like climate change and voting to send Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court.
But Graham stressed a mantra he’s repeated many times since his friend John McCain lost the presidential election last November — that the GOP must reach out to different constituencies, or face extinction.
“I’m not going to leave the Republican Party,” Graham said when one questioned asked him why he hasn’t yet joined the Democrats. “I’m going to grow it. We’re not going to be the party of angry white guys.”
His comments were met with a salvo of boos and shouts of “Ron Paul!”
“I love this party,” he responded. “I’m not going to be let it be hijacked by Ron Paul.”
Graham emphasized his conservative bona fides — particularly his record of opposing abortion rights and support of gun rights — but said GOP needs to build a broader coalition. Otherwise, he warned, those trying to purify the party will turn Congress over “to the most liberal people in the world because somebody disagrees with you.”
“I’m going to find people in Maine, Delaware, Illinois and other places that can win,” he said. “And I’m going to help them, and we’re going to move this party and this country forward. If you don’t like it, you can leave.”