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Andrew NapolitanoFrom his February 18, 2014 appearance on the Tom Woods Show, Judge Andrew Napolitano said (at 16:04):

Even when Lew Rockwell and you, and I, are dining together, I am the most libertarian person in the room.


The long answer is that I am the quintessential Rothbardian. I believe that you have the right to avoid the state, to avoid the government, the absolute moral right to do so.

For more on Judge Napolitano, see my article, Dr. Stan Monteith on Judge Andrew Napolitano: “Is he another plant in the conservative movement?”, in response to Judge Napolitano’s statement that the first American to shoot down a drone flying over their house where their kids are playing would be an “American hero.”

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On the May 17, 2012 episode of Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, he said in response to a caller asking about Andrew Napolitano’s statement that “the first American patriot that shoots down one of these drones that comes too close to his children in his backyard will be an American hero” (at 34:15 with pause words removed):

I think that was a very, very inappropriate remark for him to make. I do not believe in the drones — I think they are illegitimate. But I think that we do not want to resort to violence, and if Judge Napolitano’s suggesting we turn to violence, I would certainly lose a lot of confidence in him, and my respect for him would be markedly diminished.

Why would Judge Napolitano say something that stupid unless he was trying to incite violence? Is he another plant in the conservative movement? I don’t know. I hope he didn’t say that.

For more on Dr. Stan Monteith’s personal observations on political infiltration, see Dr. Stan Monteith: “I’m sure that they’ve infiltrated and neutralized Ron Paul’s political candidacy” and, Dr. Stan Monteith: “Most of the conservative organizations have been infiltrated.”

See Andrew Napolitano’s May 15 statement here, starting at 3:01:

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