Fox Freedom Watch is the only show of its kind- a truly non-partisan, libertarian-leaning show that holds the leaders of both parties accountable for government waste, excess, and abuse. It airs online every Wednesday at 2pm ET, 11am PT for 60 minutes.
To view it live -> GO HERE <- at 2pm ET any Wed.
The Judge and his Guests
The show's host is Judge Andrew Napolitano, a Constitutional scholar, Superior Court judge for the State of New Jersey, and FOX News channel's senior judicial analyst. He's also a true patriot and an advocate of limited, constitutional government. The Judge frequently hosts guests like Congressman Ron Paul, 2010 Senate candidate Rand Paul, Economist Peter Schiff, MEP Daniel Hannan, Economist Lew Rockwell, and many others!
Selected highlights from the show:
On Bank Nationalization:
The UK's Daniel Hannan:
The Judge on Torture Memos:
On DHS Report & Torture:
Help us get Freedom Watch on TV!
The awesome thing about Freedom Watch is that it's attracted so many viewers who truly appreciate its message of limited government and free markets, that it stands a good chance of getting a time slot on the FOX News cable channel (it is currently a web-only show), which would introduce it to an audience of millions more!
For the first time, millions of people could tune in on their television sets to learn about the liberty movement and its underlying ideology. This is an opportunity to take libertarian ideas and introduce them to mainstream America! One of the single most important things you can do to advance the cause is get this show on FOX News!
1. Tune in on Wednesdays at 2pm ET. Fox monitors its viewer count, and the larger Freedom Watch's audience, the better its chances of getting a cable time slot.
2. Sign this petition.
3. E-mail Fox at email@example.com to let them know how much you love the show and want to see it on their Fox News cable channel.
4. Bloggers: Blog about it like I did here. Help generate as much Internet buzz about it as you can. Include Freedom Watch links/widgets in your sidebars or on your links pages.