Happy Prime Day! Your Regular Purchases Can Support Reason

Thinking of buying a tactical spork? Or SPAM? Your favorite libertarian magazine could benefit.


It's Amazon Prime Day, which means you have a unique chance to support your favorite libertarian magazine and purchase some funky gummy burgers at the same time. Where else can you do that? As always, you must be a Prime subscriber to enjoy the benefits of Amazon Prime Day. If you haven't already made the leap, you can try a free trial for 30 days. College students can purchase prime for 50 percent off the normal subscription price.

Now we wouldn't want to pressure you into spending extra money, but if you were planning on jumpstarting your life of crime by buying How to Become a Federal Criminal: An Illustrated Handbook for the Aspiring Offender, try using our affiliate links before making your decision.

Our readers already use Amazon for everyday items. For example, some of your fellow male readers practiced a little bit of self-care this year by incorporating a Neutrogena gel face wash into their skincare routine. The less dumpy you look in front of your socialist friends, the better your rant against Bernie Sanders' financial transactions tax will be received.

Peep this tactical spork, which we can only imagine will be super useful should you get lost on a camping trip.

The property rights nerds found comfort in The Grasping Hand: "Kelo v. City of New London" and the Limits of Eminent Domain, while the cinephiles went with Rosebud: The Story of Orson Welles. Some of you also found a gem in Bad for You: Exposing the War on Fun!.

Whether you're looking for SPAM, crotchless pantyhose, or even a game of Yahtzee, all products enjoyed by your fellow readers, remember to start shopping from our affiliate link so you can support Reason along the way.

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As always, thank you for being our dear readers and choosing to support us with your unique purchases.

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  1. I didn’t know about any affiliate link. I use Amazon Smile, which allows purchases to support a charity of your choice, and I chose the Reason Foundation. I hope that’s the same thing.

  2. Thank you for the reminder. I just ran out of tactical sporks. I’ll pick some more up today.

  3. Through the Brave browser, I made about $5.00 last month. That was what Brave sent me as my share of what they made from the advertising I agreed to see. I’d love to have given that money to Reason, but Reason hasn’t been verified through the Brave Rewards program. It’s simple enough to do. They just send an email to whomever is registered under Reason’s domain name. Dow Jones, the New York Times, and the Washington Post have all been verified. I’d love to have give that $5.00 a month to Reason, but you need to get verified.

    You can do it from here:

    It’s about the most libertarian way to deprive Google of the benefits of advertising to you. It’s all about consumer choice. I’d much rather give the benefit of the advertising I see to Reason. Because you aren’t verified, I gave the money last week to, Google’s competitor. Get verified and a year from now, I bet you’re making more money from readers through the Brave Rewards program than you will from any tie-in with Amazon.

  4. Not without a consistent Reason Roundup.

  5. “The less dumpy you look in front of your socialist friends, the better your rant against Bernie Sanders’ financial transactions tax will be received.”

    Wrong. Bernie bros won’t even acknowledge you if you don’t look like a street person.

  6. “Whether you’re looking for SPAM,”

    Why go looking for it when you can get it on Reason for free???

    1. i don’t like Spam.

      1. Well, there’s spam egg sausage and spam, that’s not got much spam in it.

        1. Baked beans for breakfast?!?

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