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YOU'VE BEEN LIED TO BY THE GOVERNMENTWe shrug off this fact as an unfortunate reality America is the land of the free after all Does it really matter whether our politicians bend the truth here and there?When the truth is traded for lies our freedoms are diminished and don't returnIn Lies the Government Told You Judge Andrew P Napolitano reveals how America's freedom as guaranteed by the US Constitution has been forfeited by a government protective of its own power than its obligations to preserve our individual libertiesJudge Napolitano's tremendous knowledge of American law history and politics as well as his passion for freedom shines through in Lies the Government Told You as he details how throughout American history politicians and government officials have betrayed the ideals of personal liberty and limited government Congressman Ron Paul MD R TX from the Foreword


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    I am torn between loving and hating this book Judge Napolitano clearly explains important premises of constitutional law and makes very good points about the hypocrisy of our constitutional system but then makes bizarre leaps of logic to justify his conservative libertarian agendaI give major props to Judge Napolitano for criticizing severe governmental abuses of power like the trampling of the 5th Amendment by destroying the meaning of public use when the government takes your property and his clear denunciation of the use of torture by the government against terroristsHowever Judge Napolitano strange and bizarre beliefs about State's Rights border on treasonous Firstly his bizarre attack against the 17th Amendment is disturbing He argues that allowing the direct election of Senators is unconstitutional because it strikes at two of the core values of the Constitution representation of state legislatures in a bicameral legislature and the States' check and balance against Federal power However his argument that The 17th Amendment disenfranchises States is a deeply flawed argument that can be refuted with just a bit of historical knowledge First his logic fails because the constitution allows amendments and the 17th Amendment was passed by 36 States out of 48 and only Utah voted against it The constitution is a social contract and the social contract can be changed by the procedure agreed upon when it was originally adopted The only time a change of this nature would be repugnant to the constitution would be a complete change from a representative and democratic form of government ie electing a king for life dissolving Congress and permanently suspending habeaus corpus Tweaking the system to move closer towards direct democracy is a move in a positive direction Second the old system of electing Senators was profoundly broken Politically bound state legislatures failed to elect Senators for example Delaware failed to elect Senators from September 1839 to January 1841 It is also important to note that 29 states were already electing Senators directly by procedural means when the 17th Amendment passed Only fringe leftists and rightists seriously believes that direct election of either the President or the Senate has undermined our constitutionLastly his screed against Abraham Lincoln on page 246 as a tyrant is so unbalanced from a historical point of view that it would be laughable if it didn't echo letters to the editor from the 1860sIn conclusion I liked this book even with its serious flaws Because of the logical philosophical and historical errors I would only recommend this book to close minded die hard Republicans who think that everything the USA does is right or to savvy lawyershistorianspoliticians who need to know how modern libertarians and republicans think