Ron Paul, Lou Dobbs and Sharron Angle on Freedom Watch

Ron Paul, Former Ambassador John Bolton, CATO’s director of foreign policy studies Chris Preble, Democratic analyst Doug Schoen, and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss “Obama’s War” in Afghanistan. Also on the show: Former CNN Anchor Lou Dobbs, Republican Nominee for U.S. Senate in Nevada, Sharron Angle, Jack Devine, Charles Gasparino, Nancy Skinner and Donald Boudreaux.



  • abbesieyes

    Ron Paul…a long term beltway thrall. Never goes to first causes (Praemunire).

    Pablum for the weak minded.

  • Yvonne

    I just love Andrew Napolitano. I don’t know why he associates himself with Fox.
    Bolton sounds like the mother in an old Charlie Brown cartoon ”mwa mwa mwa mwa mwa”. Or maybe it’s ”more war more war more war”.

  • Anarliberty

    I Like this show but i’m getting aliitle frustrated with it. All i keep seeing as guests are the same old right wing vs left wing battlers spouting the same talking points seen on Glenn Beck (not including ron paul, peter schiff, and tom woods. Those guys are great). Where is Lew Rockwell, Walter Block, Robert Higgs, anyone else from the Mises Institute or the Independent Institute. I knew Fox would water this show down when they moved it to TV

  • chaseef

    I wish Schiff was around for the last segment.

  • chaseef

    Oh lord Lou Dobbs is such a moron. I always gave him the benefit of the doubt, but he really showed his ignorance in this interview.

    Hes no different than Liberals who think they can design their perfect little society.

  • chaseef

    This show is quickly becoming like every other FOX news program.
    This wil be the last one I watch.

  • st1ckycheese

    John Bolton is a religious fanatic himself, and he was also involved in fixing intelligence about WMD in Iraq. Bolton is bad news for America.

  • DillonDee1

    Bolton would totally bankrupt the USA so long as Muslims are being killed.

    Ron Paul makes the most sense.

  • Tanarus20

    What part of “illegal” do people NOT understand?!?!?

  • Tyranan

    So when bush is president the war is a bad thing, but when obama is, nope bombing villages is “ok” to fake liberals (which is most of them). cant you figure this out? weve been constantly told what to think is real, from the day the towers collapsed. Its time we start waking up to the way were being manipulated. And now that steele is saying the war is bad (LOL) were gonna have all these democrats start “supporting the troops”

  • joeymackaroni

    Lou’s Confused!

  • Ron Paul scores once again on the interview unlike that worm John Bolton who continues to support the false occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan. & shame on the GOP for continuing the support of these endless wars just like the LibtardDems Neo-con like Schoen.

  • mrbabcock100

    love your show

  • wille35

    talk about trash TV. You could insert Lindsey Lohan or Lebron James and it wouldnt deter viewers.

  • hagbard72

    Americans seem to be incapable of MYOB, guess they’ll just have to get a good spanking, just like the Russians did.

  • chriskdougherty

    Nice Job Sharon! You dodged that Abortion question well. Abortion has been used to detour elections by touching the hearts of the people. Well played.

  • Tezlaze

    Ron Paul !!!!!

  • nomoreserfs

    The two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers…Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy (Tragedy and Hope: 1247-1248).

  • Mattboy2388

    John Bolton is an old hand neoconservatice “intellectual” People are not fooled by his agenda anymore.

  • DimeLivesInUs

    Nancy Skinner is stupid. We went back into a recession during the depression because we ran out of temporary jobs. Besides, most of the spending was for welfare programs. The outbreak of World War Two ended the depression because it created a boom due to the surge of production related jobs.