03/07/2011 Freedom Watch w/ Mike Lee, Jack Hunter, Judith Miller, more

The Monday, March 7th, 2011 edition of Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano is available below.

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6 Comments

  1. Jean Said,

    March 8, 2011 @ 1:27 pm

    If they raise the debt ceiling, it's business as usual. And Prof Helemen, my God. When will people realize that Keynes is dead, both physcially and economically.

  2. Dale Emde Said,

    March 9, 2011 @ 7:44 pm

    Dear Judge, I enjoy your subbing for Beck but something essential seems always to be missing from the conservative shows and liberal shows. None of the hosts including you ever examine what and who controls Obama, Bush 1 and 2, Clinton and Carter just for starters. The hosts never go beyond criticizing the opposite party. You are one who speaks very bluntly and forthrightly unlike most others. Are you muzzled or is it an unspoken agreement with your bosses that the subject of one world government is never addressed by anyone except a few who are considered conspiracy freaks by the MSM? If the press is muzzled then all the rest of the news is purposeless, for nothing will change and civilization will continue to erode into 1984.

  3. Denny Andrews Said,

    March 9, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

    Hey Judge; If you're going to salute after a show for Petes' sake tuck in your thumb. You don't want to look like Bill Clinton and his wave "bye bye" salute.

    A Vet

  4. Mike Fedele Said,

    March 10, 2011 @ 7:58 pm

    Charlie Gasparino seems like a nice guy but his mantra.."the GOP needs a pro growth message not just cutting" reminds me of Jack Kemp and Art Laffer who in the late 70s told Reagan the "root canal" policy of cutting govt and stopping the money printing would be painful.. Of course it will be painful..we have two sectors of the economy choking on too much debt (thanks to the Fed)..which is why we are doing bailouts and running deficits….you can't keep subsidizing sectors which are NOT productive enough to pay for themselves..

    Charlie..cutting is growth..allow the free market to deploy the labor and savings from the cuts to create real productive enterprises…Cut and Grow works…cut the dead wood to let the real organice productive sectors get the nutrients they need to grow. The free market ensures success will be reinforced and failure terminated unlike say Wall Street and Govt…

  5. Kevin Said,

    March 10, 2011 @ 9:41 pm

    I really don't see why everyone gets so bent out of shape about the various debts. It seems to me that whole generations of Americans are not going to submit to veritable slavery to keep promises they didn't make in exchange for benefits they didn't receive. When they decide not to pay these debts, the big 3 problems (Treasuries, pensions, and "entitlements") will all be solved in a way that sends a valuable message to the market. 1) Paying states for the promise to rob its citizens later and give you the proceeds is a bad investment. 2) Working for below-market wages for states in exchange for the promise the state will rob its citizens later and give you the proceeds is a bad idea. 3) Letting the state rob you for years in hopes that it will later rob younger people and give you the proceeds is, like other ponzi schemes, a bad idea.

    I want all of the above to be BAD investments/ideas. If the people let the state make good on these promises, that would send a message that people should engage in MORE of this kind of behavior. The state actually fulfilling these kinds of promises is the last thing the American people need.

  6. Jean Said,

    March 12, 2011 @ 10:05 am

    Mike, I think the Judge has Gasbagarino on because there must be a campaign for him to be named to the Federal Reserve Board. I personally wish he would stop having him on the show. Charlie should be reminded that there's no central plan for freedom, whether it's economic and personal.