Congress and the leading presidential candidates are wildly unpopular. But don’t expect new faces.
In the last 50 years, when the budget process has been in place, Congress has managed only four times to pass a budget on time.
Plus: A listener asks the editors about mandatory maternity leave.
Plus: The search for a new speaker of the House continues to be a ludicrous mess.
RFK Jr.'s anti-war supporters are welcome to defect, the Libertarian Party said in a statement.
Plus: Chaos in Congress, and bums in the parks
And why he almost certainly will not
The Democrats and Republicans seem ripe for replacement. But how and by what?
Ethics allegations have been raised against Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, and Sonia Sotomayor. Both sides have retreated into whataboutism.
Will the Beaver State join Maine and Alaska?
Voters deserve much of the blame for this unnecessary mess.
The country needs a political truce with devolved power.
Decentralizing power is better than trying to jam one vision down the throats of the unwilling.
Democrats Choose to Advertise Failures of Single-Party Democratic Rule by Holding the 2024 DNC in Chicago
After a century of Democratic mismanagement, Chicago is hemorrhaging population, catastrophically underfunding massive pension promises, and taxing the bejeebus out of its crime-scarred residents.
Nature's 2020 endorsement of Joe Biden changed no minds but did significantly undermine trust in science.
"The country is that divided," said one business owner. "We kind of want to be with our own people. We want to stick together."
Plus: Judge strikes down Super Bowl censorship law, report details how much inflation was driven by stimulus spending, and more...
What Does the Mises Caucus Really Want? Live with Michael Heise, Nick Gillespie, and Zach Weissmueller
Join Reason on YouTube and Facebook on Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern for a discussion of "Project Decentralized REVOLution" with Mises Caucus founder Michael Heise.
Justice Richard Bernstein said Pete Martel's hiring as clerk was unacceptable because "I'm intensely pro-law enforcement."
We should appreciate anything that shakes the confidence of both major parties.
The journalist has taken a great deal of flack—from both sides.
A hobbled Congress isn’t a solution to our woes, but it’s a lot better than lawmakers set loose.
Join us Thursday at 1 p.m. E.T. for a livestream with the chair of the Libertarian National Committee to discuss the state of the party post-midterms.
Priscilla Villarreal found herself in a jail cell for publishing two routine stories. A federal court still can't decide what to do about that.
Even before his personal foibles became front-page news, the former football star was more like a caricature of a bad candidate.
Neither candidate in the crucially important Pennsylvania Senate race has made much of a positive case for his candidacy.
Supporting restraints on government only for your opponents is a recipe for continued conflict.
Democrats are in favor of reducing the power of government over property owners, while Republicans want bureaucrats to rule.
It's the superpolitical vs. everyone else.
Plus: Backpage appeal hits the 9th Circuit today, E.U. petition would ban anyone born after 2010 from ever buying nicotine products, and more...
Cynical single-party gerrymandering contributes to and is driven by the hyperpartisanship that defines American politics right now.
We should be skeptical of some Democrats' newfound embrace of "freedom" until they abandon freedom-restricting policies.
Michigan's 3rd district has produced two consecutive freedom-oriented Republican lawmakers. Tuesday's results ensure that there won't be a third.
If election denial is an existential threat to the country, why are Democrats boosting John Gibbs?
Democrats Say Hulu Has Censored 'the Truth.' Hulu Says It's Within Its Rights To Refuse Political Ads.
The streaming platform has said gun- and abortion-related ads submitted by Democrats are too controversial to be aired.