Liz Wolfe is a staff editor at Reason. She was formerly managing editor at The Federalist. Her work has appeared in Playboy, The Daily Beast, CityLab, Houston Chronicle, and National Review. She lives in Austin, Texas.
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Texas Is Allowing Restaurants To Reopen Starting Today. Many Restaurant Owners Fear It Won't Go Well.
"You can't exactly eat with a mask on, and I have a small space where people would be in close proximity to each other."
"It's unconscionable that the Trump administration would do the bidding of the potato and junk food industries," noted one critic. But Trump's changes are relatively minor.
The Trump administration is trying to make it harder for pregnant women to enter the country as tourists since they might give birth while here.
What is the correct reward for the person who creates something that millions of people want badly enough to pay for it?
It's the end of the decade, and groceries, birth control, and weed can all be delivered straight to your door.
The president takes credit for the fact that Beijing hasn't sent tanks into Hong Kong.
Escalating violence in Hong Kong
The protester, Chow Tsz-lok, was only 22.
The video Abbott shared was not of a homeless person—it was a mentally ill person having a serious episode. Whoops.
Of those who reported a negative view of capitalism, 20 percent say it's exploitative or corrupt.
Among other things, it would end Uber as we know it.
Under Chinese authoritarianism, they'll have neither.
The company's Chinese ownership may have something to do with it.
Today, Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam withdrew the controversial extradition bill that set off protests.
"Hong Kong is a place without basic political and economic freedom," Wong tells Reason.
Simon Cheng Man-kit, a staffer at the British Consulate in Hong Kong, hasn't returned from a trip he took to mainland China nearly two weeks ago.
Despite police harassment and border confiscations, protest supplies continue to make their way to dissidents.
Hong Kong Protesters Attacked Two Chinese Men Tuesday As Demonstrations Against Extradition Treaty Escalate
Pro-democracy dissidents turned violent yesterday at Hong Kong's airport.
Nine people were injured during the weekend's protests in Hong Kong, including one woman who might be permanently blind after a violent encounter with the police.
As Beijing develops a high-tech police state, Hongkongers develop ways to resist it.
It's foolish for media outlets to imply that laws which were signed in May and June were passed in relation to the tragic shooting in El Paso.
A tale of chicken and cultural appropriation in Austin.
Cannabis equity programs are growing in popularity, but do they actually work?
Global prosperity and government bureaucracy both play a role.
Misleading claims about people smuggling serve only to justify the government's already bloated surveillance and law enforcement powers.
The bill is called the Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots, or CREEPER, Act. Of course.
Good intentions may backfire on campus.
Free extra credit to "encourage female students to go [in]to information sciences."
New study explores liberal bias of university faculty-it's worse than we thought
The Lone Star state's drug laws are about to get even more restrictive.
Students at an Oregon liberal arts college launch a self-defeating crusade for a more diverse curriculum.