Skip to comments.Judge Andrew Napolitano Signs Off From The Last Episode Of Freedom Watch
Posted on 02/14/2012 6:22:10 AM PST by GonzoGOP
Judge Andrew Napolitano closed his show, Freedom Watch, tonight with the same message of awareness of civil liberties and adherence to the ideals of the founding fathers he did every night since the show went on the air in summer 2010 except this time, it was the last time the show would air a new episode. Starting this month, Freedom Watch will be replaced by reruns of The Willis Report.
Must be a zot epidemic...does the CDC know about this?
I hope Glenn Beck hires him. They have been friends for a long time.
I’m surprised the Judge didn’t get canned sooner for being willing to take on the big government shibboleths and insisting on following the constitution and rule of law.
All they leave us with is people like Shep and Hannity. Fox is really going down. They are so big; don't care.
That was the only decent programming Fox had on as far as I am concerned. Bye Bye FOX.
Their stated goal to be "Fair & Balanced" is accomplished by having liberals like Shep Smith, Juraldo Rivera, and Chris Wallace on their shows. Thank goodness I use a DVR so I can skip through all of these segments. You'd think that keeping the Judge to support the Constitutional view of things would also contribute to the "Fair & Balanced" ideal.
I thought they had really jumped the shark this morning by giving Debbie Dingell face time to explain how the Democrats really could take back the House this fall.
Maybe Whoraldo will replace him.
Isn’t that the truth. Fox is getting rid of every true conservative. They are morphing into CNN.
Maybe Whoraldo will replace him.
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I didn’t always agree with the Judge but he was a true American.....can’t say that about some of the others:O(
And so the judge falls in behind ED Hill, Gibson, Beck, etc. (God only know how many others) leaving only the faux bimbo brigade and their brand of trvth...
Quite fitting, actually, for the sleeping/slightly stirring giant/drunken, football mentality, stumblebum (for the most part)....
I calls ‘em as I sees ‘em—lipstick on a pig just don’t cut it!
I hope he has better sense than to sign on with Beck. Glenn has become a disgrace.
[ That was the only decent programming Fox had on as far as I am concerned. Bye Bye FOX. ]
Well, Stossel is the only good show left on Fox Business...
Wouldn’t surprise me if they got rid of Stossel sometime before Summer...
And way too much of Geraldo and Juan Williams. CNN is actually a little more f&B than Fox these days.
How so? He has an extremely successful online TV network, and sounds the alarm on overreaching government every day. Do you watch GBTV or listen to his radio program?
I used to. I liked his Fox show, I listened to his radio show, and I subscribed to GBTV for a short time. There were red flags along the way, beginning with the way he used to lump Jesus Christ in with MLK and Gandhi, as "three men." But he's gone off the rails in too many ways now. The constant bashing of Newt and the promoting of Romney sickens me. The endless moralizing in that pious tone of his, while conducting a smear campaign against Newt, doesn't wash with me anymore---Beck is in no place to preach to anyone. His tendencies toward treacly, warm and fuzzy, New Age stuff rub me the wrong way---"Restoring Love"? Really? And what about the Israel rally? IMO it was a good thing, but for a while he was all about Israel, and after the rally, not another word---on to the next obsession and the next big super-secret announcement that would change the world.
Beck's ego is out of control, and I think he's becoming the nasty person he says he used to be when he drank. The last straw for me was when he referred to his audience as his "followers". I think he really sees himself as some kind of prophet.
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