Taking Liberty for Granted

Shop all books by Judge Napolitano “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” — Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). No one knows if Thomas Jefferson personally uttered those words. They have been widely attributed to him, but they don’t appear in any of his writings. If he did not literally utter them, he uttered the sentiments they offer. They remind us not to take liberty for granted. As America returns to pre-pandemic normalcy, we should think about the dangers of taking liberty for granted. This column has argued frequently that personal liberty is our birthright. It is a natural right. It doesn’t … Continue reading →

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