Former Rep. Justin Amash says "the idea of introducing impeachment legislation suggests there's other people who will join you. Otherwise, it's just an exercise in futility."
Podcast: The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
Want to know what comes next in politics, culture, and libertarian ideas? Reason’s Nick Gillespie hosts relentlessly interesting interviews with the activists, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, newsmakers, and politicians who are defining the 21st century.
"None of these laws prevent kids from viewing anything. They just prevent kids from posting," argues Shoshana Weissmann.
Reagan's former budget director says Donald Trump killed prosperity—and the GOP's core beliefs in capitalism and freedom.
The Things Fell Apart host explains how a 1988 quack medical concept inspired George Floyd's death in 2020 and how Plandemic rewrote Star Wars.
The author discusses how cryptocurrencies are helping people like her build the Africa—and the world—they want.
The former governor argues that beating up on businesses "is only sharpening the knife that the left will eventually use on us."
The former Reason Foundation privatization guru says it's time to move past the "vending machine" model of government.
The biographer of the Nobel laureate says he made us "free to choose" in areas far beyond economics.
The former journalist defends misinformation in the Trump era and explains why so many journalists are against free speech.
A conversation about economics, progress, science fiction—and kitchen gadgets.
At the behest of George Orwell's estate, the acclaimed novelist has brilliantly recast his most famous work.
The former two-term governor discusses why Florida is attracting more people than any other state in the country.
Reason's Zach Weissmueller talked with the senator about his quest to uncover the origins of COVID-19 and hold Anthony Fauci accountable.
The author of Reform Nation explains how celebrity, philanthropy, and activism produced the most significant prison reform in decades.
Argentine libertarian writer Marcos Falcone breaks down Argentina's recent election results and the upcoming runoff.
“We've taught young people that any of their missteps or any of their heterodox opinions are grounds to tear them down. That's no way to grow up.”
Parsi, from the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, talks with Zach and Liz about the Israel-Hamas war.
Abrahms holds that Hamas' brutal attack on Israeli civilians is not only immoral but "a major strategic mistake" for the Palestinian cause.
We don't need better manners, we need a commitment to mutual respect and tolerance, and space to live our lives as we see fit.
"The orange elephant in the room just never seems to be addressed head on," says Reason's Zach Weissmueller.
The 'skeptical environmentalist' offers 12 low-cost, proven policies that he says could save 4.2 million lives and generate $1.1 trillion in new wealth every year.
The attacks on Sweden's laissez faire approach were shortsighted, says the Cato Institute senior fellow.
Historian Erika Dyck contextualizes the deep roots of and battles over LSD, psilocybin, and other psychoactive substances.
Aaron Kheriaty, author of The New Abnormal, examines the persistent COVID mandates for K-12 schools, college campuses, and health care settings.
The former Texas governor on helping veterans with PTSD, increasing legal immigration, and the illegal drug he'd most like to try
"If anything is a reprehensible act for a high official in a democracy that deserves retribution, this is a good example," says professor Ilya Somin.
The founder of MAPS talks about FDA approval for MDMA-assisted therapy and the "psychedelic renaissance" he has helped create.
"Science should have no agenda other than a relentless pursuit of the truth.... With DEI, we're expected to search out racism within science curriculum, and it's just not there," says professor Bill Blanken.
The journalist and podcast host on foreign policy, democracy, and habitual law breaking by the NSA, CIA, and FBI
A self-described "anarcho-capitalist" leads in the polls ahead of Argentina's upcoming presidential election.
Plaintiffs in Missouri v. Biden allege that federal pressure to remove and suppress COVID-19 material on Facebook and Twitter violates the First Amendment.
The host of Why We Can't Have Nice Things explains how indefensible tariffs cause baby formula shortages, screw Hawaii residents, and increase traffic in the Northeast.
The former Cheers producer explains why the studios are failing, the writers and actors are missing the big picture, and creators fear their audience.
Since the Renaissance, we've been increasingly able to define who we are as individuals. But is that a false freedom?
A new documentary film argues that the second-largest website on the planet is flooded with misinformation. Is that right?
The libertarian comedian on why he's dreading the presidential election season, how he survived COVID, and why he needs to do more psychedelics.