Reason's Podcasts at iTunes and Soundcloud! Subscribe Now!
It's all here, from "libertarian Star Trek" to Penn Jillette on the 2016 race to Katherine Mangu-Ward talking Reason history with Virginia Postrel.
I'm happy to announce that Reason's iTunes feed for audio and video versions of our documentaries, interviews, and more is back online and better than ever.
Go here to subscribe to our iTunes audio feed, which features all of our great interviews, live events, and more.
Founded in 1968, Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Hosted by Nick Gillespie, Matt Welch, and other Reason journalists, our podcast explores "free minds and free markets." It features provocative, in-depth interviews with authors, comedians, filmmakers, musicians, economists, scientists, business leaders, and elected officials. Keep up to date on the latest happenings in our increasingly libertarian world from a point of view you won't get from legacy media and boring old left-right, liberal-conservative publications. You can also find video versions at Reason.com/reasontv.
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If you dig SoundCloud, we've got you covered right here (click below for the audio to our recent conversation with juggler-philosopher Penn Jillette talking weight loss, Bob Dylan, and why he's "all in" for Gary Johnson come November).
Don't hesitate—subscribe NOW! All of these streams are free as found money. And if you feeling like giving back something, let me ask you—implore you, even!—to rate and review our video and audio podcasts at iTunes and elsewhere.
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Never before have libertarian ideas and sensibilities been more widespread and influential—and never before have they been more needed to create a robust new operating system for a 21st century that is stuck in old, worn-out "binary choices" that make no sense in a world of inexhaustible possibilities.