Shutdowns don't meaningfully reduce the size or cost of government, but they also aren't the end of the world.
"The orange elephant in the room just never seems to be addressed head on," says Reason's Zach Weissmueller.
With a second term, the former president promised to end California's water shortage, clear homeless encampments, and conduct the biggest deportation operation in American history.
The late California senator always seemed to err on the side of more government power and less individual freedom.
Leaders depicted in the Apple TV+ series outlaw "relics" of the past, even including PEZ dispensers.
The Amazon miniseries examines the Institute in Basic Life Principles, focusing on the Duggar family and its multiple sex abuse scandals.
The best reforms would correct the real problems of overcriminalization and overincarceration, as well as removing all artificial barriers to building more homes.
The Republican presidential candidate ignores the lethal impact of the drug policies he avidly supports.
At least a dozen states have beefed up targeted incentives to coincide with handouts from the Commerce Department.
"Our party does face a time for choosing," said the former vice president last night.
More than 1 in 3 Florida foster kids over 13 is taking psychotropic medications, but the state often doesn't follow rules requiring it to keep records of prescriptions.
Thank Swifties, not Joe Biden, for Ticketmaster's consumer-friendly pricing policy.
GOP presidential hopefuls should be more clear about the school choice policies they support.
It’s highly unlikely that it would pass constitutional muster.
"He owes it to you to defend his record where they added $7.8 trillion to the debt that set the stage for the inflation that we have."
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DeSantis Says He Would Use Justice Department To Bring Civil Rights Cases Against 'Soros-Funded Prosecutors'
DeSantis has already removed two reform prosecutors from office in Florida. A federal judge ruled he violated the First Amendment in one of those cases.
The trial—and, in some sense, Timpa's life—was about transparency.
The researchers reached a similar conclusion about overdose trends in Washington, where penalties for simple possession were reduced in 2021.
Until Congress is willing to acknowledge that it makes no sense to send monthly checks to wealthy seniors, everything else will be on the chopping block.
The former president's lawyers argued that even the square footage of his apartment was a "subjective" judgment for which he cannot be held accountable.
The worst of the antitrust alarmism keeps proving untrue, as tech companies believed by some to be monopolies instead lose market share.