11/13/2010 Freedom Watch w/ Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Arianna Huffington, Bob Barr, Scott Davis, Lew Rockwell, more

Check out the final weekend edition of Freedom Watch below. That’s right… the show goes prime time every week night beginning Monday.




  1. Matt Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 12:20 pm

    This show was a little more heated than I'm use to seeing.. I dont know how I feel about that, but I look forward to your show tomorrow.

  2. Liberty For ALL! Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 1:21 pm

    Can you make the video links viewable on iPhone please?! Contact me if you don't know how, it's easy… Website need to be tested on mobile devices these days folks! Also why isn't the judge on the iPhone Fox Business appp with video?! Please ask Fox Business to add it!

  3. david Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 2:44 pm

    There are two types of people on the government dole; many who like it, and many who want a job. Problem is how to treat them differently
    As for government regulation, we found the regulators were paretying with thsoe they were to regulate. Regulations provides only the appearance of control. The only control that really works are market forces. The oil companies whould have to purchase insurance, then the insurance companies will really monitor them

  4. Roland Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

    The solution to earmarks is simple: When any bill containing spending not authorized by the Constitution comes up for final approval, vote "No."
    Railing against earmarks, as McCain did in '08, is the mark of a phony conservative. Ron Paul always votes against appropriations bills in the end, because they always contain unconstitutional spending. I wonder how the voting records of McCain, Inhofe and DeMint stack up.

  5. DavidW Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 3:37 pm

    Arianna Huffington made a fleeting remark that Adam Smith and Alfred Marshall were the inventors or founders of capitalism. Of course in their respective roles as moral philosopher and economics professor they explained the workings of the market, but they weren't even capitalists, much less founders. Capitalism is the natural condition that occurs when and where we are free to chart our own course, free from oppression or paterinalistic guidance.

  6. Kevin Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 5:07 pm

    I'm afraid that Huffiington got the better of the Judge toward the end there. His comment seemed to say that he thought everyone on unemployment is lazy. That's just stupid, and I don't think that is what he meant, but it's what was said. Judge, you need to work out your argument on that issue. My sister tried for a year to get a job. She finally got one (with the county government), but she was looking for a long time. A better argument would be to say to reduce taxation and business regulation to entice businesses to hire.

  7. langa Said,

    November 14, 2010 @ 9:20 pm

    The Judge is correct, even though he did a poor job of explaining his position. Whether or not welfare recipients are "lazy" is irrelevant. Any decent economist will tell you that when you subsidize something, you're going to get more of it. Unemployment is no exception.

  8. HDThoreau Said,

    November 15, 2010 @ 1:44 pm

    I agree.

  9. HDThoreau Said,

    November 15, 2010 @ 1:46 pm

    I didn't really enjoy the Soros funded shill being there, but having all sides represented, even the degenerates, is a good to have as contrasts.

  10. HappynHigh Said,

    November 15, 2010 @ 2:42 pm

    It kinda bothers me that Geraldo was the first to come out in favor of 911 truth as opposed to mr napolitano. But I suppose, truth spreads in its own way

  11. Simple Said,

    November 15, 2010 @ 6:55 pm

    this show WAS more heated — and i wrote them an email last week asking for MORE HEAT! He even asked ron paul if the tea party is going to be co-opted which was a suggestion for a topic i also put in that email — i'm writing them another email saying WAY TO F*CKING GO.

    The show was wayy better. Slower pacing – more in-depth discussions — awesome.

    Oh — and i think judge kicked the face off Ariana in their debate — 2 years to find a job??? 730 days of searching??? get the hell out of here — if you haven't found work by then you don't deserve it — it's like seinfeld said — people can find work easily — but finding work they want to do — that's a different question.

  12. mark Said,

    November 16, 2010 @ 1:30 am

    The stimullis package was to create jobs. The projects using fed. money are at prevailing rate pay scale. You could easily create 2 to 3 times more jobs if it is done as a competive bid. If you can do 3 times the work and get 3 times more things done isn't that what should be done. Thats what private sector companies do. The govt. does less for more. The govt. excuse is that the davis bacon act protects unions. If unions are only 7% of the work force should't we worry about the other 93%.

  13. Roland Said,

    November 16, 2010 @ 11:08 am

    I used to employ a few people, and it always irked me that I had to pay for their unemployment insurance. Employees are the ones at risk of being unemployed, so if they want to be insured against that risk, they should pay for it themselves. It makes no more sense to force me to pay for their UI than it would to force me to pay for their homeowner's policies. Of course in the end it comes out of their pay anyway, since I have to reduce their checks by the amount I’m forced to pay the state and feds.
    One more thing: As Lew Rockwell has pointed out many times, if it weren't for minimum wage laws, there would be no such thing as involuntary unemployment.

  14. Dean Sherland Said,

    March 10, 2011 @ 11:58 pm

    Judge: I am watching your segment on debit card swiping fees. Ellis H, just said he knows that the bank knows that I will not go to different bank to get $$. Well, this afternoon, I did just that. Citi wanted $2.50 for some cash (not my bank and if I want that $$ NOW then I would have paid). I left the store and found my bank to pay NO fee. FREE Enterprise. Also, if I choose I can use a check just as my Mom and Dad did. They always carried the check book. Also, we can pay by debit card as a point of service or with another Credit Card. Leave me alone for crying out loud. My Choice. If I do not like it, I will pay another way. Dean Sherland.

  15. Bennet Cecil Said,

    April 1, 2011 @ 11:50 pm

    Mr Varney should educate himself about Austrian economics. Please inform him that TARP and the $3 trillion discount window Fed bailout prevented the market from working. It transferred the banks bad debts to the taxpayers. We will soon have terrible suffering from high prices caused by this huge money printing. When we had the financial collapse the FDIC should have seized the failed banks wiping out the stockholders and bondholders. They should have made the depositors whole during the crisis. Management should have been fired and the bank sold to an able competitor. No Mr Varney; banks are not special.

  16. Steve Leslie Said,

    April 4, 2011 @ 11:16 am

    Perhaps there would be an appropriate place on one of your shows for this quote for Robert Heinlein.

    Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded—here and there, now and then—are the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.

    –Robert Heinlein

  17. James Shaw Said,

    July 27, 2011 @ 8:08 pm

    To the judge,
    I have watched your show for the past year and Fox News for a decade and you both seem to espouse a smaller government that respects the Constitution.
    However, both cable networks have completely ignored the everyday violations of the 14th Amendment which occur in family courts around the US. I would like to appear on your show to point out the apartheid-like system which often gives parents less time with their children after divorce than the recommended visiting hours for convicted felons.
    In addition, the taxpayer must pay for higher rates of juvenile crime, alcohol use, pregnancy, depression and dropping out which are all highly correlated with an absent parent.
    Thank you,
    James Shaw
    San Diego Director
    Coalition of Parent Support

  18. aaron Said,

    September 13, 2011 @ 8:38 pm

    The judge was wrong in that report about average people lifting a car off a motorcyclist…there was a government official there – a cop – and he participated in the lifting…

  19. Royce Said,

    September 23, 2011 @ 11:08 am


    Why when I go to a bar in Massachussetts are they scanning my drivers license? Is this more of an invasion of my privacy. Will the state be collecting information on what establishments I frequent? How many beverages I consume?

  20. Wayne Carlson Said,

    October 4, 2011 @ 10:50 am

    I would like for the Judge to ask the Republican candidates for President that are often on his show, to explain how they can criticize the unconstitutional acts that Congress and the President are guilty of, with being themselves supporters of Abraham Lincoln and all of the gross violations of the Constitution he was guilty of. Do Republicans today still claim the mantle of "the Party of Lincoln"? I see a big contradiction here.