Tag Archives: Judge Andrew Napolitano

Red Phillips: Who Should I Write-in in 2016 Presidential Polls?

The following was posted on the Conservative Heritage Times website. Red Phillips is a contributor here at IPR.

August 21, 2013


Posted under Conservatism & Constitution Party & Election 2016 & Libertarian Party &Paleoconservatism & Rand Paul & Republican Party

OK, so the 2016 polls are starting to appear in my inbox and as pop-up ads, etc.

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Judge Andrew Napolitano at Fox News: Let Gary Johnson Debate

From Fox News by way of GaryJohnson2012.com

By Judge Andrew Napolitano

President Obama has been a failure. On his watch, the American economy has significantly deteriorated largely because he has stifled free market forces by over-regulating them and because he has laden taxpayers with debt. Those two factors alone — the federal government increasing the cost of doing business by telling businesses from physicians to major industries how to do their work, and the federal government spending trillions it doesn’t have and pushing the debts onto future generations — are enough to sink any economy.… Read more ...

NYU Libertarian Event Was Sort Of Insane

NYU Local reported on the Libertarian event hosting Judge Andrew Napolitano, former Governor Jesse Ventura, “Manhattan Madam” Kristin Davis, Lisa Kennedy Montgomery, and Libertarian Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson.

The crowd, composed of about 200 NYU students and members of the general public, filtered into the Rosenthal Pavilion after noon yesterday. While the crowd claimed seats and various city politicos mingled with the student group’s officers, New York-based singer/songwriter Tatiana Moroz performed from a front corner of the room.

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Event: Governor Johnson’s Rally for Jobs, Opportunity, and Diversity

On Tuesday, September 18, former Governor and Libertarian Party Presidential nominee Gary Johnson will be holding an event at the Rosenthal Pavillion on the 10th Floor of NYU’s Kimmel Center (60 Washington Square South, New York NY 10012).

Speakers currently include Jesse Ventura, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Kennedy, and Kristin Davis.

For information about the event, follow the link below.… Read more ...

Napolitano on Gary Johnson

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst, in a Thursday (12 July 2012) afternoon Freedom Fest presentation titled, “A Government of Waste and Lawlessness” made the following comments regarding Libertarian Presidential nominee Gary Johnson:

34:30: “I’m going to really go off script for a minute. . . .

There’s really no script; there’s just a note telling me I’m talking too long.… Read more ...

Pundit: Palin, Napolitano, and Perry Should Form Their Own Party

Bernie Quigley comments on what he thinks would be a formidable and workable third party over at The Pundit’s Blog at The Hill.

Ron Paul has brought a sea change in American politics. Without Paul there is no Tea Party of substance. It is merely a populist howl without vision or direction and we have heard it all before.

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The Most Attractive VP Candidates for the Libertarian Party According to Cassidy

Austin Cassidy has posted a news article over at Uncovered Politics about whom he thinks are the five attractive Vice Presidential-candidates he would like to see paired with the candidate he presumes will win the presidential nomination, Gary Johnson.

1. Carla Howell – The most likely candidate of my list, the Libertarian Party’s executive director has shown great skill as an organizer, activist and fundraiser.

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Video: Gary Johnson on CNN and Fox after Party Switch to Libertarian

A couple of videos of news networks interviewing former NM Governor Gary Johnson after his switch from the race for the Republican presidential nomination to the Libertarian one:


Fox Business – Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano:

As with Sunday’s appearance on MSNBC,in these interviews Johnson stresses socially liberal and anti-interventionist issues along with his fiscal conservatism, says he may take more votes from Obama than from the Republicans, and has good things to say about Ron Paul.… Read more ...

RJ Harris update: videos and interviews

Posted on the website of RJ Harris, a candidate for the Libertarian Presidential nomination:

Video of RJ Harris at Liberty Fest 2011 in NYC:

Edmond Sun Article

Lisa Wexler Interview

Liberty Underground Interview

There’s also a campaign announcement video I already posted to IPR earlier, a “welcome to RJ Harris 2012” video that I have not figured how to embed (the still from the video shows Harris with Ron Paul), and near the bottom of the page under Campaign News – “Campaign Enters Battleground States Sept 15 / 2011” with no further explanation as far as I can tell.… Read more ...

Carlos A Rodriguez-Freedom Fest: Does it live up to the hype?

FREEDOM FEST: Does it live up to the hype?

This was my second year in a row attending Freedomfest in Las Vegas, Nevada.. The conference which bills itself as the “world’s largest gathering of free minds” is held yearly in mid July in Bally’s on the strip. Last year, I attended as candidate for Congress and had an amazing time meeting libertarian titans such as David Nolan (R.I.P.),… Read more ...

Wayne Allyn Root to Host Welcome Event at FreedomFest in Las Vegas

Via email and LP blog:

Libertarian National Committee member Wayne Allyn Root has been honored by being named the host of the Welcome Event at the 2011 FreedomFest in Las Vegas.

Here’s part of the press release from Root for America on this honor:

“. . . . I wanted to invite my thousands of friends and fans to Las Vegas from July 14 to July 16th for the biggest freedom bash of the year- FreedomFest 2011.… Read more ...

Ralph Nader and Ron Paul on Freedom Watch: Alliance Against Corporatism

From Raw Story via Poli-Tea:

on Wednesday’s broadcast of Freedom Watch on the Fox Business channel, Judge Napolitano sat down for an amiable interview with Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) and Ralph Nader to discuss a progressive-libertarian alliance in the 112th session of respective chambers in Congress.

Nader, who has recently called this coalition “the most exciting new political dynamic” in the US today, explained that it works well because both groups stand against corporatists who believe government should be run in the interests of corporations.

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