Watch Matt Welch Talk About Subsidized Homeowner Insurance on Freedom Watch Tonight!

At 8 p.m. ET tonight, Reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch will go on Fox Business Network's "Freedom Watch" program to talk about asinine federal policies in place before a hurricane (or fire, or flood) hits.

Related reading: Welch on "The Failure of 'Market Failure'-Driven Fire Insurance," and John Stossel's "Confessions of a Welfare Queen."

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  • Joe M||

    But, if we didn't have subsidized insurance, people wouldn't be able to live in dangerous places and have their homes destroyed over and over! People have a right to live in dangerous places and not have to pay for it!

  • ||

    say, you don't suppose this will start a trend where we begin subsidizing other things that people can't afford?

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Well, apparently I missed Welch, because right now they're chatting up with their Freedom Fighters and he ain't one of them. But they are talking about ending the WoD.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    "Freedom fighters." Who are we kidding, let's just call them what they are. Terrorists.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Also, the Judge looks different tonight. It must be that mustache.

  • sevo||

    The only problem with these 'alerts' is that they require turning on TV "news".

  •  ||

    Ignorance is bliss.

  • ||

    You must be quite a happy person if that's the case.

  • SIV||

    6 people have FBN on their TeeVee?
    Do ya need the West Virginia State Flower to pull the signal in?


    the Tie-Watch Squad is upset

  • SIV||


    Gary Johnson is on "Fox and Friends" right now as part of a B-Team panel discussing regulation and jobs.


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