Wednesday, May 24

Judging Freedom - 51/2 Q&A with Judge Napolitano

Five Questions That Start A Fight. Or End One.

Has the MSM opened Pandora's Box, nullifying any future credibility?

Have politicians and pundits politicized the Judiciary beyond the point of Justice ever being exercised properly again?
Will even SCOTUS decisions be forever predictable based on the political stripe of the majority of Justices?
At what point of circumstance will a sufficient number of citizens become the "irate tireless minority" Sam Adams referenced?
What is the best term to describe when "Intelligence" agencies tell us they need to vacuum up everything on everyone "to keep us safe" and "Enforcement" agencies tell us they need advanced surveillance technology and war-grade weaponry to "keep us safe" yet despite having terrorists "on their radar", they don't "keep us safe" and only arrive to clean up the carnage and tell us everything about it - except why they didn't "keep us safe"?

FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano answers them.                                        
                                                                    




Wednesday, May 10

Judging Freedom - Firing Comey, Fake Law and The Myth of the Rule of Law


Judging Freedom – This week FOX New Senior Judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins LMP’s Brian Wilson for a revealing look at the Comey dismissal and, even more important, the mythology of the Rule of Law and Fake Law now spreading across America. Don’t miss it, click it!


                                                         

Monday, May 8

Quote Without Comment

"My take on the "political morass" - actually "political more ass"?

Redundant. Predictable. Anathema to Liberty and Freedom. There is no area of human existence that is not in irreversible decline - except for those who never progressed past the Crusades anyway.
The end of Western civilization as we know it is beyond salvage. Just as the laws of physics cannot be denied indefinitely, the laws of economics, human nature, and political corruption will continue until some final cataclysmic event resets the clock of human endeavor. Only this time, with the escalation of human ingenuity, we as a species have managed to progress to the point of guaranteeing our own eternal destruction. Even if such an event is avoided, the universal epidemics of aggressive ignorance, contagious apathy, and instant gratification will ensure a standard of living rivaling that of the Neanderthal - minus the unattractive skeletal manifestations.

Downer? You betcha. Yet everything to the contrary is a masturbatory fantasy to keep one distracted enough to become irretrievably lost to the reality of the times. I'm up for worthy fact-based contradictions as long as they don't rely on the Old Man In The Clouds "have faith and ye shall be saved" mythology wherein one must live in perpetual hope of some Paradise that cannot be realized until one dies. Only then do you get to see what's really behind Door #3.

Cynical? Could be - if I'm wrong; prescient if I'm correct. Frankly, I don't really give a damn either way. "On a long enough timeline, we're all dead" so the rest is just a bottomless debate. Choose not to participate and you wind up on the same side as the Winners. Or Losers.

Against this background, you might be able to appreciate my "take" on things "political" is agnostic. I can and do write, speak and argue points far less ethereal to get a paycheck for providing some small measure of intellectual entertainment - or aggravation - as the case may be. What the audience does when the show is over or the article is finished is irrelevant to me. Like it, hate it or something in-between. Ultimately we are individually responsible for what we know as well as what we decide. Everything else is a peeled balloon."

- A. Nony Mous

Thursday, May 4

Top Tips for the Big Interview

With the Great American Economic Recovery all the buzz these days, can Full Employment be far behind? (For the sake of this column) Of course not!

Now this means all you snowflakes out there, languishing in that rent-free Safe Space at your parents’ place while sharpening your gaming skills will need to ramp up for that long-awaited Big Job interview!

The following list will help you more confidently take that new BA in “Post-Modern Philosophy of Medieval Ballet” to leverage that six-figure income you so richly deserve. To impress a Fortune 500 firm that will accept your demands to set your own hours, projects, timetables and work standards, you will need to learn, know and use this short list if success and your own apartment are to be within your grasp!

5 Things Not To Say on the Job Interview:

#5 “Ya know?” is easily the most popular non-sequitur in common parlance today. Ubiquity notwithstanding, it reflects a laziness of speech and thought way beyond ignoring the most predictable response: “No, I don’t know.” Unless you are being interviewed by a close family relative familiar with your life and personal preferences, avoid liberally sprinkling your answers with the dreaded “ya know?”.

#4 “I mean…”. Similar to “ya know” (see above), “I mean” is both a crutch and unintended revelation. If in answering the Interviewer’s questions, you rely on “I me or thoughts sufficiently together, ultimately squandering large chunks of the work day to “revise and extend” your assigned tasks. Ya know what I mean?

#3 “Like” - Do you remember learning about “similes” and “metaphors” in English class? OK. Do you remember English class? No worries. Like Latin, English is becoming a dead language. (See what I did there?). While an otherwise perfectly useful part of speech, “like” has become just another crutch like its verbal brethren above. Like, ya know what I mean?

#2 Tied for Second Place: “Yeah”, “Sure” and “ummm”. In too many instances, “Yeah” and “Sure” improperly modify #5-#3. While Ronald Reagan (a former US President) made constructive use of “Well..” in similar responses, it generally preceded statements on matters of national importance or executive humor. If your prospective job carries similar weight, feel free to use any of the above verbal crutches with impunity. Conversely, “ummm” leaves the prospective employer with the distinct impression of intellectual illiteracy or, worse, the appearance of having lapsed into your daily meditations, smack in the middle of the interview. Best to make no sound at all while frantically searching for something erudite to say. WARNING: Don’t search too long; the Interviewer may think you zoned out.

#1 Hands down, the word one must immediately expunge from the beginning of any response: “So..”. This recent and obnoxious speech habit ranks even below public nasal harvesting and resonating flatulence. Repulsive examples are regularly inflicted by guests on the otherwise popular “Tucker Carlson Tonight” program on FOX News. Recently, a supposedly learned university professor began his response to five successive questions from Mr. Carlson with “So…”. At all costs, eschew the word “so” unless used as an adverb or conjunction or if you are applying for employment at Singer or the McCall/ Butterick Pattern Co.

Strict application of the above advice may help ensure a favorable “first impression” in contradiction to that anticipated by the Interviewer after observing your Date Of Birth. For last minute cramming, try this.

So, yeah, I mean, sure, like, ummm... good luck!

Ya know?



Wednesday, May 3

Judging Freedom: Just Who Is Running America?

Continuing the discussion started last week, FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano and LMP's Brian Wilson name names of the 8 members of the secret "Congress Within Congress" who run America outside Constitutional limitations.

And here you thought we had a "Constitutionally Limited Republic" functioning according to the Rule of Law for the benefit and protection of our inalienable rights! How silly!

And then there's that Comey-Clinton thing again!

                                                                   

Wednesday, April 26

Judging Freedom with Judge Andrew Napolitano

On this week’s Judging Freedom, FOX News Senior Judicial News Analyst, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano and Brian Wilson discuss the future of Free Speech, President Trump’s Executive Order issues and, most importantly, “the Congress within the Congress”: who really is running the country. (Spoiler Alert: Not you and not your government.)
                                                                              
Links to two articles discussed:

Judge Napolitano

New York Times Editorial

Wednesday, April 19

Judging Freedom with FOX News Judge Andrew Napolitano

Judging Freedom with FOX News Senior Judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.This week: More behind Syria, Sarin gas, President Trump and the CIA. Plus, the Constitutionality of a preemptive strike against N. Korea and some thoughts about the guy collecting your taxes…



Click here to reads the article the Judge referenced debunking the Administration's claim about the Sarin gas attack.