Suicide Pact

Suicide Pact

The Radical Expansion of Presidential Powers and the Lethal Threat to American Liberty

eBook - 2014
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New York Times bestselling author Judge Andrew P. Napolitano exposes the alarming history of presidential power grabs performed in the name of national security. Judge, scholar, bestselling author, and Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew P. Napolitano is back with a shocking chronicle of America's descent from a free society to a frightening surveillance state. In Suicide Pact , Napolitano details a long, sordid history of governmental -- and especially presidential -- encroachments on liberty, enacted in the name of protecting America but which serve insead to undermine national security and erode the nation's founding freedoms. Appealing to all politically aware Americans but especially to highly engaged conservatives and libertarians (including his 576,000 Facebook fans and 240,000 Twitter followers), Napolitano's sobering-yet-patriotic perspective unmasks rampant political doubletalk and Washington power plays by taking a clear, legally grounded look at how we got here. Blending fascinating history with fresh reporting and analysis on contemporary issues such as drone warfare and executions, NSA surveillance, and secret federal courts, Suicide Pact casts a vision beyond hollow rhetoric to common-sense solutions for returning sanity to our shores.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Thomas Nelson, [2014]
ISBN: 9780718021948
Branch Call Number: 342.7306 Na
Description: 1 online resource (480 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)

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