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A bit more than a year old, the Reason Podcast is a free, thrice-weekly offering featuring wide-ranging conversations with Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, Matt Welch, and me; interviews with authors, policymakers, and leading libertarian thinkers; and rebroadcasts of Reason events and panel discussions.
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Here's a full archive of all our episodes. Among the recent offerings:
'The State Has Been One of the Largest Perpetrators of Gender Inequality and Violence': Meet Feminists for Liberty's Kat Murti, who wants to make libertarianism the default setting for women, people of color, and Millennials.
How the United States Can—And Cannot—Help Iranian Protesters: "Millions of Iranians…don't want to live under a corrupt clerical fascist state" says Bloomberg's Eli Lake. Are the Islamic Republic's days finally numbered?
Click below to listen to yesterday's regular Monday roundtable. From the description: "On today's Reason Podcast, which features Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Matt Welch discussing news of the week, we start speculating on how to begin the long political road back to a fiscal sanity both major political parties have recklessly abandoned. What, Gillespie asked, will be the symbolic equivalent for debt realists of feminists burning their bras? Other topics include (of course) The Memo, the hysteria, the weird FBI-love, right-to-try, deregulation, and how Howard the Duck is holding up after all these years."
And as a special bonus, listener Ryan Juliano created a reusable Reason Podcast bingo card. Play along at home, work, or in the car (preferably not while driving).
— Ryan Juliano (@rlj_law) February 6, 2018