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Judge Napolitano on Nevada gun control

17 May

As usual, Judge Napolitano makes another strong argument that touches on both the legality and politics of an important issue.  This time, it’s gun control.

I wonder what Napolitano’s relationship is to Donald Trump.  They might despise each other, but they seem to have a lot in common.  Both are brash and outspoken.  I wonder if Trump could appoint Napolitano to the Supreme Court.  I wonder if Napolitiano would take the job seeing as it would probably cause him to take a considerable cut in pay from his current job as TV analyst.

Given the need for judges to at least “appear” impartial, I’m not even sure that Napolitano could become a Supreme Court justice.  Napolitano has publicly expressed so many passionate opinions that, as a Supreme Court justice, he mgiht be repeatedly asked to recuse himself for partiality and bias

Still, the idea of “Trump–Napolitano–Supreme Court” has a ring to it.

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Posted by on May 17, 2016 in 2nd Amendment, Video

 

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3 responses to “Judge Napolitano on Nevada gun control

  1. Hank Albertson

    May 17, 2016 at 10:58 AM

    The real issue is that current ‘judges’ are not the original with the Article 6 Oath. Rather, bar ‘judges’ are an organized crime syndicate that empower the central bankers. Unfortunately, without remedy of justice, appeal must eventually reach settlement with the gun – hence the continual push to ban guns. This is easily proven, ask the ‘judge’ (including Napolitano) to verify under penalty that their ‘court’ are not privately owned and their “Oregon” (any state) is the original created in 1859. There will be no response.

     
  2. Anthony Clifton

    May 19, 2016 at 9:50 AM

    Isaiah 13:14 :

    http://biblehub.com/text/isaiah/13-14.htm

    self defense would presuppose an understanding of self
    no matter what tool or instrument might be available

    http://static1.squarespace.com/static/55a3c833e4b07c31913e6eae/t/55a51d66e4b0f4ab09d0c76b/1436884326392/Credit%2C+Currency%2C+and+Banking.pdf

    timing might be a valuable consideration
    given the circumstances

     
  3. dennis_usnat@startmail.com

    May 28, 2016 at 4:03 PM

    Thank you Al Great post   On Tuesday, May 17, 2016 5:40 AM, Adasks law wrote:  

    > Adask posted: “As usual, Judge Napolitano makes another strong > argument that touches on both the legality and politics of an > important issue.  This time, it’s gun control. I wonder what > Napolitano’s relationship is to Donald Trump.  They might despise > each other, but” > >

     

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