Theodore and Woodrow: How Two American Presidents Destroyed Constitutional Freedom

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“Either the Constitution means what it says, or it doesn't.” America’s founding fathers considered liberty a basic part of our nature — something to be guarded, not usurped by the federal government. As a result, they enshrined separation of powers and guarantees of freedom in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. But a little over a hundred years after America’s founding, those God-given rights were laid siege by two presidents — Republican Theodore Roosevelt and Democrat Woodrow Wilson — who cared more about the advancement of progressive,

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“Either the Constitution means what it says, or it doesn't.” America’s founding fathers considered liberty a basic part of our nature — something to be guarded, not usurped by the federal government. As a result, they enshrined separation of powers and guarantees of freedom in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. But a little over a hundred years after America’s founding, those God-given rights were laid siege by two presidents — Republican Theodore Roosevelt and Democrat Woodrow Wilson — who cared more about the advancement of progressive, redistributionist ideology than the principles on which the country was founded. No one understands and articulates their disastrous impact better than constitutional scholar, former state Superior Court judge, and Senior Judicial Analyst for Fox News Judge Andrew P. Napolitano. In Theodore and Woodrow, he reveals how they engineered and oversaw the greatest shift in power in American history. Where once authority resided in individuals and states, Roosevelt and Wilson vested it in a bloated, overreaching federal bureaucracy.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781609815523
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio
  • Publication date: 11/13/2012
  • Format: CD
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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Andrew P. Napolitano is the senior judicial analyst for Fox News Channel where he provides on-air legal, political, and economic analysis. He is the youngest life-tenured Superior Court judge in New Jersey history and is a nationally recognized expert on the U.S. Constitution and human freedom. Judge Napolitano is the author of seven popular books on the U.S. Constitution, including Constitutional Chaos, Lies the Government Told You, Dred Scott’s Revenge, and It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong. He also writes a weekly column that is read by millions. Judge Napolitano received his A.B. from Princeton University and his J.D. from the University of Notre Dame.

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  • Posted November 27, 2012

    First to respond to the critic Judge Napolitano is a libertarian

    First to respond to the critic Judge Napolitano is a libertarian and not "a member of the Conservative Sect". Many of his views actually run contrary to popular conservative views. So right off the bat Mr. Anonymous in the 1st sentence is being disingenuous. What I also find very obvious is that this critic has not even read the book!! No specific quotes or rebuttals just general unsubstantiated vitriolic attacks. So in short if you want to learn some of the untold, un-politically correct stories about these 2 men I highly recommend this book.

    17 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    Highly recommended

    Show where the great American revolution was derailed. Makes the case that the government issues have their birth from Harvard, Yale and Princeton.

    Much like the Enron executives, the smartest people in the room are corrupt power hungry, bigoted people who disdain
    those who earn their way through life.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Judge Napolitano is a member of the Conservative sect (and yes,

    Judge Napolitano is a member of the Conservative sect (and yes, I believe it is a religion to them), who try to try to gain favor with their minions by demonizing popular historical figures. There's nothing geniune in this effort. It is simply hate-baiting. I don't need to defend either Roosevelt or Wilson here, their contributions to America have been well documented by history. However, I do need to point out how calculated and callious this trend in demonizing American figures really is. Why would Judge Napolitano, Glenn Beck and their like attack figures like Presidents Roosevelt and Wilson? For the shock factor, of course. Both Presidents are generally viewed positively by the American public. In attacking them, Judge Napolitano is counting on the reader's lack of knowledge and informed opinions of these presidents. He's also expecting the reader not to reseach his accusations and accept his argument that these two presidents are responsible for what's wrong in their personal lives.

    4 out of 42 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2013

    Yep! Mr. Anonomus 9is right on! I is an intelectl two and I ag

    Yep! Mr. Anonomus 9is right on! I is an intelectl two and I agree that this Judge is notin more than hatemoger! I an't red the book neither, but then I don't need to because I no that all thos conservative guys only hate the president cus hes black and they are all for the rich folk and there just stupid. don't bother redin this book. Take my word fer it.

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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