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Big Government vs Individuals

By Elisha Dorfsmith

This morning I finished reading It Is Dangerous To Be Right When The Government Is Wrong: The Case For Personal Freedom by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano.

Every once in a while I read a book that is so well written and so important it deserves it’s own review on my blog. This is one of those books. Those of you who have read his other titles or seen his show know that the Judge has a brilliant way of articulating freedom and liberty. It Is Dangerous To Be Right just might be Napolitano’s best work to date. That’s saying a LOT!

If you enjoy the liberty issues I discuss in my blog, you will appreciate the material covered in this book. Even before Chapter one (in the introduction) the Judge touches on a wide variety of topics critical to understanding the philosophy of liberty, including natural rights and the non-aggression principle. He also sprinkles in some V For Vendetta quotes.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the Judge touch on several topics recently covered in this blog. Remember my posts about the First Amendment, “time, place, and manner” and “free speech zones”? Napolitano focuses several pages specifically on these subjects, all the while refusing to compromise his stand for liberty.

Other topics in the spotlight include privacy, self ownership, the nanny state, and perpetual war. There is even a section titled The Moral Case for Prostitution.

Few in the mainstream media dare to address and expose the deliberate destruction of personal freedom by our government. Judge Andrew P. Napolitano bravely defends individuals from government intrusion in a way that is both educational and thought provoking.

It’s time to WAKE UP America. We are no longer free.

I have only scratched the surface in this review but I hope I was at least able to encourage you to pick up a copy of this book and read it for yourself.

Order It Is Dangerous To Be Right When The Government Is Wrong at a discount from Amazon HERE.


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