Political attention has already migrated to Acostagate, the sacking of Jeff Sessions, and that insane press conference from yesterday, but there was an actual election of some note on Tuesday, and much to talk about from a libertarian perspective. So we convened an irregular assembly of the Reason Podcast, editors' roundtable edition, to deliver some preliminary findings.
Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, and Matt Welch debate the permanent hysteria of presidential politics, the electoral role and legislative future of health care policy, third-party sadnesses, and some happy news peeking through the usual woe.
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Audio production by Ian Keyser.
Relevant links from the show:
"A Surprisingly Normal Election," by Peter Suderman
"Three Cheers for the Return of Divided Government," by Eric Boehm
"2018 Midterm Election Results Include a Lot for Libertarians to Like," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"After the Midterms, Trumpism Is the Dominant Force in the GOP," by Eric Boehm
"Justin Amash and Thomas Massie, Two of the Most Libertarian Members of Congress, Re-Elected," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Michigan Becomes the 10th State to Legalize Recreational Marijuana," by Jacob Sullum
"Harsh Republican Restrictionism Loses Bigly in the Midterms," by Shikha Dalmia
"Jeff Sessions Is Out, 2020 Speculation Is In," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Jeff Sessions Was a Terrible Attorney General. His Successor Will Do More of the Same.," by Scott Shackford
"CNN's Jim Acosta Was Rude, but He Did Not Assault a White House Intern," by Robby Soave
"Threatening Cable News Hosts Doesn't Help Anyone," by Joe Setyon
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