The federal laws Hillary violated

by Andrew Napolitano -- Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady, U.S. senator from New York and secretary of state, used a private email server for all of her emails when she more…

A desperate, lone-wolf president

by Andrew Napolitano -- Can the president rewrite federal laws? Can he alter their meaning? Can he change their effect? These are legitimate questions in an era in which we have an more…

What if the government fears freedom?

by Andrew Napolitano -- What if the current massive spying on Americans began with an innocent secret executive order signed by President Reagan in 1986? What if Reagan contemplated that he was more…

Jon Stewart and me

by Andrew Napolitano -- About six years ago, one of my producers at the Fox News Channel received a call out of the blue in which the caller asked if I'd be more…

Constitution: A worthless piece of paper

by Andrew Napolitano -- President George W. Bush was fond of saying that "9/11 changed everything." He used that one-liner often as a purported moral basis to justify the radical restructuring of more…

Vaccines: Does government own your body?

by Andrew Napolitano -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie unwittingly ignited a firestorm earlier this week when he responded to a reporter's question in Great Britain about forced vaccinations of children in more…

The feds shot themselves in the foot

by Andrew Napolitano -- Ali Saleh al-Marri is a convicted conspirator who entered the United States before 9/11 in order to create a dreaded sleeper cell here that might someday launch an more…

Who will keep us safe from the government?

by Andrew Napolitano -- While the Western world was watching and grieving over the slaughter in Paris two weeks ago, and my colleagues in the media were fomenting a meaningless debate about more…

France's hypocrisy on free speech

by Andrew Napolitano -- The photos of 40 of the world's government leaders marching arm-in-arm along a Paris boulevard on Sunday with the president of the United States not among them was more…