Judge Andrew Napolitano asks a series of “what if” questions. All of these “what if’s” appear to already be true.
I was particularly surprised to hear Judge Napolitano ask “What if the States were mere provinces under a totally nationalized and centralized government?”
Judge Napolitano is the first high (or formerly high) government official that I’ve heard of who’s given credence to the “The State vs. this state” hypothesis that I and others have been advocating for over a decade. Where he refers to “provinces,” I’m inclined to speak of “territories” or “territorial states” (rather than States of the Union). Perhaps Napolitano’s description (“provinces”) is better than mine (“territories,” etc.). But if we disagreed as to nomenclature, we apparently agree that the very nature of our State’s governments has been radically changed into something unconstitutional and treasonous.