Spying on the president

by Andrew Napolitano -- When German Chancellor Angela Merkel celebrated the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Berlin in 2008, she could not have imagined that she was blessing the workplace more…

A government of secrecy and fear

by Andrew Napolitano -- Every American who values the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, every American who enjoys the right to be different and the right to be more…

Government debt and destruction

by Andrew Napolitano -- From April 1917 to November 1919, when Woodrow Wilson borrowed $30 billion to fight World War I, he was able to do so because of the promise he more…

Don't cheer these government abuses!

by Andrew Napolitano -- Before you rejoice that the government has seized an alleged terrorist in Libya who was indicted for planning the notorious 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Africa, before you more…

Our secretive, witch-hunting government

by Andrew Napolitano -- While the nation's political class has been fixated on a government shutdown in Washington this week, the NSA has continued to spy on all Americans and by its more…

Why the FISA Court is unconstitutional

by Andrew Napolitano -- After President Richard Nixon left office in 1974, a bipartisan congressional investigation discovered many of his constitutional excesses. Foremost among them was the use of FBI and CIA more…

Spying and lying

by Andrew Napolitano -- When Edward Snowden first revealed the spying the NSA has been conducting on what was then thought to be only customers of Verizon, the government was embarrassed, but more…

Chemical weapons: Feds used 'em in Waco

by Andrew Napolitano -- When Secretary of State John Kerry, apparently irritated by a lack of sleep, gave a snippy and what he thought was an unrealistic reply to a reporter's question more…

International law prohibits Obama's war

by Andrew Napolitano -- President Obama's request for express congressional authorization for a limited aerial invasion of Syria raises profound legal and constitutional questions. For starters, there is simply no legal basis more…

America's Soviet-style police state

by Andrew Napolitano -- How is it that the government can charge Edward Snowden with espionage for telling a journalist that the feds have been spying on all Americans and many of more…