Oh, Manny, we are SO CLOSE to filling up that orange bar on the upper right hand corner of this page! SO CLOSE to cracking the 1,000-donor level! What can I get you last fence-sitters to join Reason's annual Webathon and help us get to $200,000 in tax-deductible donations by the end of today in order to produce even better journalism and commentary in defense of Free Minds and Free Markets?
How about this: Our awesome long-form Q&As. Our new print issue on "libertarian realism" features not one but TWO lengthy Q&As with famous libertarian-leaning politicians with the last name "Paul." Here with Ron and here with Rand we probe their definitions of when (if ever!) the United States should use deadly force abroad. This is just what we do. Let's go through the years looking at some classic interviews, shall we?
2014: TV host Mike Rowe: Diplomas vs. Dirty Jobs
2013: America's most syndicated columnist: George Will's Libertarian Evolution
Decades' more worth, after the jump.
2012: Economist, physicist, and market anarchist: David Friedman on How to Privatize Everything
2008: Grover Norquist: An Alliance for Freedom?
2006: Trey Parker and Matt Stone: South Park Libertarians
2003: Otto Guevara, Costa Rica's libertarian revolutionary: The Other Guevara
2002: Vernon Smith: The Experimental Economist
2001: Christopher Hitchens: Free Radical
1998: Astronomer Sallie Baliunas: Stars in Her Eyes
1995: Milton Friedman: Best of Both Worlds
1994: Dave Barry: All I Think Is That It's Stupid:
1992: F.A. Hayek: The Road From Serfdom
1991: Bruce Ames, scientist and cancer researcher: Of Mice and Men
1990: Vaclav Klaus—Velvet Revolutionary, and future president of Czech Republic: No Third Way Out: Creating a Capitalist Czechoslovakia
1975: Inside Ronald Reagan
Want more like these? Of course you do!