Watch a recording of the livestream with Jonah Goldberg, Nick Gillespie, and Zach Weissmueller.
The EconTalk host and Wild Problems author talks about the limits of cost-benefit analyses.
The school-choice scholar and activist explains why "backpack funding" is here to stay, why Texas is terrible on school choice, why CRT bans are a bad idea, and why even non-parents should care about radical reform.
A live Reason discussion about how libertarians should think about the country's most controversial governor.
A new PBS series by Ken Burns argues xenophobia, the Great Depression, incredulity toward the media, and State Department antisemitism combined to keep Jewish refugees out of America.
Intellectual watchdog Phil Magness talks Nikole Hannah-Jones, Nancy MacLean, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and Kevin Kruse.
The novelist talks about The Kingdoms of Savannah and creating The Moth.
"There really is no panacea, either technological like cryptocurrency or philosophical like anarchism," says director Todd Schramke.
Kyle Mann, the Christian satire site's editor, also talks Biden vs. Trump, and why he saves his deepest burns for mega-pastors like Joel Osteen.
For the first time ever, the Treasury Department has sanctioned not a person or a group but a digital tool and all who would use it.
“While we’re dribbling the ball on the other side of the ocean, people are losing their loved ones, lives, and hope,” says the former Celtics center.
The rapper, podcaster, and author talks about "freedom, liberty, and all of that good stuff."
"The kind of values I've always embraced are heard more on Fox than on CNN and MSNBC, where they're not welcome."
Leading libertarian legal scholar Randy Barnett talks about abortion, gun rights, and worrying trends at the highest court in the land.
Ron Paul’s "Giuliani Moment" is the kind of "bold messaging" the party needs, says new incoming chair Angela McArdle.
”We stand for repealing the entire Progressive Era,” says Smith.
It would force us to "live within our means," says the president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity.
The self-described "freedom maximalist" and former hedge fund manager talks "incorruptible money," Austrian economics, and why Satoshi Nakamoto's invention is unstoppable.
Coal, oil, and gas have contributed to global warming, but we can deal with their impact while letting them bring billions more up to middle-class living standards.
Activist Fadi Elsalameen says U.S. aid doesn’t help Palestinians because of corruption. They need monetary freedom.
Despite bitcoin's steep slide, the CEO of MicroStrategy is bullish on its mass adoption.
Born in communist Poland and disgusted by Silicon Valley communists, Pilat is making "heroic portraits of machines" and defending Ayn Rand.
The constitutional scholar on abortion, Sam Alito, and the future of federalism
"Government restrictions came in, which literally shut us down," says Paul Smith, who co-owns Red Stag Tattoo in Austin, Texas.
The Stanford professor and Great Barrington Declaration coauthor stands up to COVID-19 autocrats and disastrous lockdowns by following the science.
"I am not okay with you making laws that prevent me from doing what I feel is good for me."
Nathan Rabin celebrates The Joy of Trash—and Gen X irony and cynicism—one terrible movie, book, and TV show at a time.
Q&A with Dr. Vinay Prasad, a practicing hematologist-oncologist and associate professor in the department of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco
The essayist and cultural critic talked about her new book Love in the Time of Contagion, at a live event in New York City.
In 1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows, the renowned artist details his struggles with censorship.
From school shutdowns to insane teachers union demands to frustrated parents, the pandemic has made radical education reform a reality.
The author of the new book "San Fransicko", says the homelessness crisis is an addiction and mental health crisis enabled by policies that permit open-air drug scenes on public property and prevent police from enforcing laws