06/19/2010 Freedom Watch w/ Glenn Beck, John Stossel, Dennis Kucinich, more

Freedom Watch’s second show on the Fox Business Channel is now available for viewing.




  1. olivern Said,

    June 20, 2010 @ 6:17 am

    Why is Glenn Beck so concerned with only some parts of the Constitution? He never seemed particularly concerned by illegal and un-Constitutional invasions and occupations of foreign countries (which is obviously a major violation by BOTH political parties).

  2. leon uth Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 1:33 am

    glenn beck is such a wank stain

  3. Texan Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 2:23 am

    Judge: love you work, and love your perspective. But, please don't compromise with a "drive by" show. There are already plenty shows that do nothing more useful or interesting than provide high level regurgitated "talking points". I realize you are constrained and your producers are pushing a half dozen guests each show. But – we don't need / want a show full of talking points. At one point, you had 4 people on at the same time. That will create lively banter, but no value of depth. We need a show with real depth and discovery. You could have really spent the whole time with Stossel or Kuchinich, alone. Heck, a couple of the topics you touched on with Kuchinich could easily cover the whole show. We need your show and we need your perspective. Many of the talking heads don't have your intellectual knowledge depth of both law and history. This is wasted on a drive by show. Please don't compromise.

  4. Walt Davis Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 2:50 am

    I love your new show, and have set my DVR to record all of them in case I miss one. I hope that counts toward your ratings. We shared a small table and a nice chat last year in Columbus. Remember I told you how strong were the Conservatives at the college where I was a department chair at the time. (I am now retired, but active in tea parties, etc.) Since then, I've been bleeding inside because you weren't getting enough air time to do justice to your Constitutional values and ability to articulate them. Keep it coming – I'm there.

  5. Skrag Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 4:04 am

    Beck is speaking better rhetoric today than he was 6 months ago, but, until he publicly apologizes to both Ron Paul and Debra Medina for his drive-by character assassinations of them, he will never be a true libertarian. That he even had to think about who to choose between RP and Palin is evidence of this. And he needs to go back a little further in history to see that the first 'progressives' with power was actually Washington and Hamilton, with Lincoln being the catalyst to shred what the anti-federalists warned against, and not Teddy. Still love the show, but would love to see it go back to what it was in the beginning, a hardcore look at Everything, with nothing off limits for discussion. Keep it up Judge.

  6. Tracy Saboe Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 6:17 am

    Anti-government sentiment is anti-American?

    Umm. She must have read different history books then I did.

  7. howie Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 6:17 am

    This show is outstanding and long overdue. It is heartwarming to see conservatives and liberals both talking about critically important civil liberties issues, even as they disagree about economics.

    Add a show about men's rights and I'll be in couch potato heaven!

  8. Jack Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 7:54 am

    I love the judge, but it seems to me most of the guests on the first two shows were mainly the same talking heads that make the rounds on other fox shows. The show seems a little too watered down now that its on tv. Hopefully it will get better with future episodes. Still great to see the judge on tv, finally. Just wish the show was more like the internet version.

  9. e.q. Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 12:57 pm

    It was good to see Beck even consider a private defense force. Maybe he will be turned into a true libertarian.

  10. MRB Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 3:28 pm

    Not surprising.

    I think it was in the letters page of Time magazine following their recent article on Ron & Rand Paul. Someone was saying that libertarians running for office were basically "traitors" (or something to that effect) as their goal was to reduce government.

  11. MRB Said,

    June 21, 2010 @ 3:29 pm

    Judge- you should have pressed Kuchinick a bit more on rights. Thought it was ridiculous is idea that 'health care' is a natural right, which is our "duty" to provide. Nonsense.

  12. Joan Said,

    June 22, 2010 @ 5:56 am

    Glenn is off the mark. It's not a Republican/Democrat/Libertarian thing. Obama does not pull the strings. He is a complete idiot, as Bush Jr was.
    BP is not the one to blame the most in this. It was Halliburton's well. It was Goldman Sachs aka Government Sachs' shares.
    The media is failing to report this. As an investigative journalist I am reporting it, because anyone that proclaims to believe in Yeshua, should report the whole facts,
    regardless if they put their job in jeopardy, which Glenn Beck will be fired if reveals the truth.
    Remember Goldman Sachs was in the news heavily regarding their involvement in the mortgage crisis, then the diversion– explosion occurred.
    If Glenn is a true man of GOD, which I believe he is, he will do the righteous thing.

    Please forward him this article: http://www.healthyworldmessage.com/archive.php?id

    He should watch Pharmawhores, which also explains the intimate connections between the mainstream media moguls, pharmaceutical petro-chemical drug cartel, the wallstreet bankers, and the manipulation of the public's minds.

    I pray that some popular journalist in the mainstream media wakes up before it's too late!
    We The People need our voices to be heard.
    Please let Glenn know that he may be appointed the messenger to reveal the truth, which will set humanity free, so it's in his hands now.

  13. Joey Said,

    June 22, 2010 @ 8:12 am

    Peter Schiff for CT!!!!!!
    When are we going to see him on Freedom Watch again?

  14. Chris Said,

    June 22, 2010 @ 12:48 pm

    Capitalism? Are you kidding? BP has already clearly demonstrated, not just in the Gulf, that it is unprepared to comply with the very industry standards it “operates” within at the outset. How can any reasonable person state this is a “free market” issue other than to say, “the market is obviously free and they are making money off of it”? Well, what’s new? The audacity of sending out billions in dividends, as other NATIONS scramble to mitigate their damages for lack of compliance with industry standards, nevermind where regulaotry efforts should have been headed but for possible complacency, etc? And you want to vilify Obama on this? Get real. Obama was right on this issue; this wasn’t even his problem to fix. This whole situtation is an extension of a Republican deregulatory “the market is free” mentality that permeated throughout the 80s and 90 as CEOs began to rack hundreds of millions, instead of monies being used to invest in corporations, that the PEOPLE, yes the people, have now had to bail, yet will continue to look for markets whose environments and peoples they can plunder, due to regulatory efforts not in place, as of course the ONLY duty they owe, when they EVEN comply with it, is to their stockholders. Come on judge. I love your stance on individual rights. You’re not turning “special interests” on us, are you?

  15. LibertarianMike Said,

    June 22, 2010 @ 5:02 pm

    You're confused. You are confusing capitalism with corporatism. http://libertymaven.com/2009/09/25/michael-moore-

  16. howie Said,

    June 23, 2010 @ 2:15 am

    Does anybody have any thoughts on the recent Supreme Court decision that allows the restrictions on the free speech of humanitarian groups that want to communicate with terrorist groups?

  17. Defender of Liberty Said,

    June 23, 2010 @ 12:11 pm

    Kucinich is a liar. They proof is in his votes. Forget the lip service he just said. He believes in the right to take what you have and give it to whom he chooses.

    Judge, having people like this on does not show and not calling them only gives them credence.

    The selection of guests was better on the internet show.

  18. Doug Said,

    June 23, 2010 @ 1:47 pm

    Agreed. I think it's good to air opposing viewpoints from time to time, but they should be thoroughly and persuasively countered. For now, the Judge seems to be more interested in making nice with the enemies of freedom than exposing their crimes. We can only hope this will change in future shows.

  19. D.M. Zuniga Said,

    June 23, 2010 @ 7:03 pm

    The Judge is building an audience so that he can move his incontrovertible teaching about basic civics into a larger audience. However it may scald Libertarian sensibilities, one must make compromises (oh, anathema!) to build an audience amidst what is arguably the most inane and ignorant generation in American history.

    In my new book 'This Bloodless Liberty' (available on Amazon) I grade JudgeNap very highly, and the poltical parties (ALL of them) abysmally. Partisans tend to throw babies out with the bathwater, every day; not only GOP hacks, but Libertarian and Democrat hacks, as well.

    I thank God that the Judge is on network television. The initial show(s) may stumble a bit as his crew finds the balance between JudgeNap's impassioned professorialism and network producers' fast-moving drivel. But the hour for remedial civics is late; better to have Judge Napolitano on network TV late, than never.

  20. Ian Said,

    June 23, 2010 @ 6:58 pm

    The US Government will never give the American people back their country. It must be taken back.

  21. Mary Said,

    June 24, 2010 @ 6:51 pm

    That Barbie girl, Caroline Heidman HAS NOT one idea about taxes. You know what a PhD stands for? Piled Higher and Deeper… you get my drift…. She's a professor?! Oh my gosh! She hasn't got a clue, she doesn't have the maturity to even be teaching… she needs to be home with kids. I wouldn't send my child to a kindergarten class taught by her!