“Constitutional Chaos” by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano


An excellent eye opening book to the facts of the day where politicians make the laws, but don’t feel obligated to follow them; only we little people must follow them. Makes you wonder exactly what they are thinking other than Aristocracy, eh? It seems to be a much more abbreviated version of “Gulag Archipelago” by Solzhenitsyn, which in turn was based upon the Soviet forced labor camps – where a good Russian was defined by his term in the Siberian Gulags. Hmmmmm, a rather odd way to determine one’s worth in society, don’t you think?

Based upon much of his time in the legal system, on the bench, etc. Judge Napolitano has a great many tales of disdainful legal antics, and as time goes on it tends to get much worse.


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