Is Hillary Clinton Guilty of Perjury?

According to, the definition of ‘perjury’ is: “A crime that occurs when an individual willfully makes a false statement during a judicial proceeding, after he or she has taken an oath to speak the truth.” Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on Fox’s The Kelly File and spoke of the strong possibility that Hillary Clinton committed perjury when testifying about her emails. Napolitano, the former New Jersey Superior Court Judge and current Senior Judicial Analyst for Fox News told Shannon Bream: “I’ve […]

Judge Thinks Hillary Will Face Charges over Email Scandal

On June 17, 1972, five men were arrested at 2:30am for attempting to break into the Democratic National Committee’s offices in the Watergate Hotel in Washington DC. They were attempting to plant bugs in the DNC offices. The investigation soon led to the White House and then President Richard Nixon. In the investigation, it is […]

Is the NSA Wasting Time with Mass Surveillance, Foolishly Ignoring Actual Terrorist Threats?

  Senator Rand Paul was on Fox News Tuesday night to discuss the terrorist attack in Texas and the fact that the NSA mass surveillance program seemed to have proven a failure. Instead of continuing to accumulate huge swaths of data from innocent Americans, Senator Paul believes that the NSA should be focusing on actual […]

Judge Napolitano – Hillary Clinton likely Violated the Same Law that General Petraeus was Prosecuted for!

While Fox gets no respect from the left on any of there reporting – that reporting is usually fairly accurate. Yes, the opinion shows are conservative leaning but the news reporting desks have done great work over the years. One of those reporters, Bret Baier, recently had a panel on to discuss the implications of […]

US Strike On Syria A War Crime Says Napolitano

When I first saw a similar headline, I immediately thought it was referring to former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, but then I realized that it said Judge Napolitano. Judge Andrew Napolitano is a libertarian who was appointed and who served on the New Jersey Supreme Court from 1987 to 1995.  He currently serves as […]