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Trump wants to spend "a lot of money" on a new round of anti-drug commercials.
Are armed teachers a solution to school shootings?
Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron explains why taking out cartel kingpins demonstrates the folly of prohibition.
Is the libertarian mind a product of elevated dopamine and testosterone?
Lessons from Jordan Peterson's book 12 Rules for Life
UCLA Law Professor Adam Winkler on his new book We the Corporations
Let's look back at our nation's questionable adventures in the Middle East.
Congress doesn't have the best track record on privacy rights.
Boehner openly despised the libertarian Republican from Michigan but actually allowed him and others to debate and vote freely on spending bills.
HBO's hit sitcom about the tech industry lights a real-world path to a better internet.
We can think of at least one whistleblower who agrees.
The many taxes you pay without knowing.
The firebrand Michigan congressman unloads on the GOP leadership's unwillingness to shrink government's size, scope, and spending.
'Bodak Yellow' never sounded so fiscally irresponsible.
Journalist Cathy Young faces off against sociologist Michael Kimmel—with opening standup from comedian Dave Smith.
The story of how the government can take your home against your will.
"The situation in the market is pretty dire," one major cannabis seller told us.
Why the “conscious capitalist” thinks we are headed for "a consumer utopia."
More tech folks call themselves libertarian than anything else. So why are they afraid to speak up at work?
Candace Owens took "the red pill," and now gives “red pills” to millions through her online videos.
Students say your right to own a gun conflicts with their right to feel secure.
Executive Producers Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields discuss their critically acclaimed show, ideology, and how technology is ushering in the golden era of television.
The wall might turn out "big" and "beautiful." But how much will it cost, and what will it do?
Pope Francis is part of the problem, nuclear energy is part of the solution, and libertarians need to admit that not every regulation will turn us into Venezuela.
It's all fun and games until somebody gets droned.
Americans should be wary of something similar.
"If voters are making [stupid] decisions," says Senior Editor Jacob Sullum, "that's not the Russians' fault."
The attack on fatty foods, in favor of carbohydrates, contributed to rising rates of obesity and diabetes.
In the final episode, we tackle how free markets break and make stuff.
John Stossel fights with a Philadelphia City Councilman about the city's new soda tax.
But will Congress let them rise from the dead?
Remy goes to Washington and makes some changes.
The 2016 Libertarian presidential candidate on "Aleppo," Donald Trump's unexpected good points, and why Hillary Clinton's trolls were worse than Russian ones.
John Stossel says voluntary, free trade improves lives.
Best known as the "father of Harlem," he was guided by the theory that free markets penalize bigotry.
These films showcase individualism, innovation, and anti-statism, all while making us laugh and cry.
Public-key encryption has brought a drastic shift in power from the state to individuals.
The Silicon Valley entrepreneur says cryptocurrencies, virtual reality, and mobile devices are helping individuals escape failed institutions.
John Stossel picks the best and worst political performances of the year.
Watch sociologist Emily Horowitz debate legal scholar Marci Hamilton at the Soho Forum.
A look into the philosophy of Ubisoft's long-running franchise.
The Supreme Court hears a case that might crush government unions. The unions are upset. Stossel debates a union official.
The Drug Policy Alliance's Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno talks about her new book.
"Life is like poker," says Duke: Good choices and good outcomes don't always correlate.
A year after fiery political protests erupted on campus, we visited to find out when students think it's OK to respond to words with violence.
Deep breaths and fact-checking might save America.
People applauded when government shut down the drug website Silk Road. But online drug sales increased.
Stanford political scientist Morris Fiorina says it's media and political elites who live in ideological bubbles, not regular Americans.
The new two-year budget deal will result in a $1 trillion deficit.
The cartoonist-turned-political-prognisticator talks about "master persuaders" and winning arguments in a "world where facts don't matter."
His Ghost Gunner and 3D printing are destroying the concept of gun control.
Does the news ever feel like the same thing over and over and over again?
Change Is Good: A Story of the Heroic Era of the Internet chronicles tech culture circa 1998.
System failures are a false path to limited government.
Where does the United States land on the 2017 Freedom Index? Not as high as you think.
"The Christian morality of sacrifice and altruism is wrong," says Brook, executive chairman of the Ayn Rand Institute.
The classic Hawaiian-themed song 'Mele Kalikimaka' gets a government makeover.
School choice is about extending the privileges of the upper middle class to everyone else.
Success Academy's Eva Moskowitz has demonstrated that more choice in education yields incredible outcomes.