Plus: A listener asks the editors for short quotes from fictional works that are representative of libertarian ideas.
"I have a history of being the only vote that was a 'no,'" the Kentucky Republican tells Reason.
Two-thirds of Americans oppose the Alabama ruling that claims frozen embryos are equivalent to children.
"I'm concerned about a Trump-Biden rematch," argues Riedl. "You have two presidents with two of the worst fiscal records of the past 100 years."
I shouldn't have to spend so much money on an accountant every year. But I don't really have a choice.
It's just one reason the program should likely be terminated altogether.
The policy is a true budget buster and is ineffective in the long term.
The president criticized companies for selling "smaller-than-usual products" whose "price stays the same." But it was his and his predecessor's spending policies that caused the underlying issue.
Sen. Mike Lee's "technological exploitation" bill also redefines consent.
New Congressional Budget Office data shows how higher-than-expected immigration is a win for the economy and the federal budget.
The Massachusetts senator blames corporate greed for price increases that were caused by inflationary federal spending she supported.
In exchange, the libertarian president had to scale back some of his free-market ambitions.
Congress and the leading presidential candidates are wildly unpopular. But don’t expect new faces.
If House Speaker Mike Johnson really wants less chaos at the border, he should look for ways to make legal immigration more accessible—and more attractive—than illegal immigration.
A watchdog group cites ATF "whistleblowers" who describe a proposed policy that would be plainly inconsistent with federal law.
The reality raises questions about the kind of future we want to leave for the next generation.
Under the Controlled Substances Act, the agency does not have the discretion to "deschedule marijuana altogether."
The proposal seems to conflict with a Supreme Court ruling against laws that criminalize mere possession of obscene material.
The bill is broad enough to target a Saturday Night Live skit lampooning Trump, a comedic impression of Taylor Swift, or a weird ChatGPT-generated image of Ayn Rand.
Republican lawmakers criticized the former NIH official for playing "semantics" about lab leaks and gain-of-function research during closed-door congressional testimony this week.
Government is "promoting bad behavior," says Sen. Rand Paul. He's right.
The federal government is borrowing money at a mind-spinning rate, and you can't blame it on the COVID-19 pandemic anymore.
"You've got to be able to demonstrate some level of legitimacy" the head of the National Sheriffs' Association says of carrying large amounts of cash.
The weird story of Victor Berger, the Espionage Act, and "Shoeless" Joe Jackson.
Lawmakers can take small steps that are uncontroversial and bipartisan to jumpstart the fiscal stability process.
They face yearslong wait times, keeping them at risk of deportation.