How 9/11 Actually Changed Everything

Plus, why is no one talking about the Medicare Trustees' entitlement report?


On this week's edition of the Reason Roundtable, Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie reflect on where they were on 9/11, the subsequent policy shifts we still see today, and the new Texas abortion law.

Discussed in the show:

1:08: How 9/11 influenced our lives.

29:50: Weekly Listener Question: Reason frequently makes the case that, "if Republicans do x, what's to stop Democrats from doing x against Republicans?" However, is that a good argument when Democrats are already doing what Reason claims Republicans should be worried about?

37:50: What the Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees' entitlement report tells us.

47:11: Media recommendations for the week.

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Audio production by Ian Keyser
Assistant production by Regan Taylor
Music: "Angeline," by The Brothers Steve