In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman welcome special guest Jacob Sullum to wade through the latest Donald Trump indictments and Hunter Biden's legal woes.
1:11: Trump indictment roundup
24:18: Hunter Biden's plea deal
38:59: Weekly Listener Question
48:58: This week's cultural recommendations
Mentioned in this podcast:
"Here Is Why Trump's 'Contingent' Electors Say They Did Nothing Illegal," by Jacob Sullum
"How Hunter Biden's Plea Deal Fell Apart," by Jacob Sullum
"Hunter Biden Shouldn't Go to Prison for Violating an Arbitrary Gun Law," by Jacob Sullum
"Clark Neily: Regardless of Guilt, Trump Won't Go to Jail," by Nick Gillespie and Zach Weissmueller
"Trump's Impeachment Trial Will Only Make Us Hate Washington Even More," by Nick Gillespie
"All Drug Offenders Should Be Treated Like Hunter Biden: Leniently," by Nick Gillespie
"Squirtle's seen some shit, man," tweets Nick Gillespie
"First Family Follies," by Nick Gillespie
"Andrew Tatarsky and Maia Szalavitz: How 'Harm Reduction' Is Transforming Drug Policy," by Nick Gillespie
"What Will the End of the Drug War Mean for Addicts? Look to Oregon," by Zach Weissmueller
"Ethan Nadelmann: Legalize ALL Drugs. NOW." by Nick Gillespie and Zach Weissmueller
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