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"We could bring Foxconn to set up a factory in, I think, Minnesota," West said of the manufacturing plant being built in Wisconsin.
Reason's Matt Welch sat down with the popular libertarian writer and podcaster to discuss his ideological journey, his LP plans, and controversial past associations.
People who fled Cuba and Venezuela warn Americans not to embrace socialism.
Founder Neil Thanedar aims to bring accountability to the $36 billion unregulated market without quashing its dynamism.
Because tariffs come in bunches
Anita and Jim McHaney are suing to overturn "preposterous" regulations on cottage food production.
The libertarian humorist talks about his new book, how to drink in war zones, and why the Chinese are more American than most U.S. citizens.
Reason's Nick Gillespie defends Foucault, Hayek, and an "incredulity towards metanarratives."
Dave Rubin tells John Stossel how he walked away from the left.
Criminologist Gary Kleck debated Paul Helmke, the former president and CEO of the Brady Center, at the Soho Forum.
The head of Ideas Beyond Borders is translating books by Steven Pinker, Sam Harris, and others into Arabic and distributing them for free.
DoNotPay is launching a "denial of service attack on the legal system to make it better."
What happens when autonomous machines have "to choose between various shades of wrong?" A Q&A with defense analyst Paul Scharre.
Watch two leading development economists debate at the Soho Forum.
Cities limit electric scooters with needless regulations.
"They just want a better life. I think most people in their shoes would do the same. And I stopped being able to reconcile that."
Pretty much what everyone expected. Unfortunately.
Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff explain how "good intentions and bad ideas" have made young people super-fragile—and how to make things better.
Judge Kavanaugh will mostly advance freedom, says Cato's Ilya Shapiro.
Uncensored author and new college grad Zachary R. Wood explains why his generation is so scared of viewpoint diversity.
Politicians condemn price gougers, but students explain why "gouging" is good.
The late Arizona senator's relentless energy and patriotic sense of honor led him to heroic acts of defiance, but also misguided support for disastrous foreign interventions.
The host of The Greg Gutfeld Show, co-host of The Five, and creator of the late Red Eye is having a hell of a time watching his media peers wet themselves.
The novelist talks about film, #MeToo, Hollywood hypocrisy, the savviness of Kim Kardashian, and the longevity of American Psycho and Less Than Zero.
Bernie Sanders has millions of viewers who watch his socialist videos.
Even with restrictionist, pro-Trump Rep. Duncan D. Hunter in their corner, the Dunoyers will probably have to leave before the end of the year.
Stay tuned for more backlash.
How to reform social security so that it won't bankrupt us.
No more than 30 far right rally goers showed up at what turned into a gathering of the far left.
The idea that "free speech is a conservative value and censorship is a liberal value" is "historically completely illiterate."
And abolishing ICE without changing the law isn't the way to fix it.
Writer Gustavo Arellano talks about food slurs, the late Jonathan Gold, and why Donald Trump's taco salad is a step in the right direction.
Activists want to increase minimum wage for tipped workers.
Representatives of the oldest profession were on Capitol Hill fighting FOSTA and SESTA, with our online freedoms hanging in the balance.
"You may learn about eminent domain, but until you are in the crosshairs of the government, you don't understand how it really works."
"I didn't come to Washington to make friends."
The way Congress crafts spending bills has "effectively disenfranchised almost 300 million Americans."
Watch the debate.
The most libertarian legal analyst on cable news dishes on Brett Kavanaugh, the end of his GOP, and his forthcoming new show.
The claim that Americans use 500 million plastic straws daily is based on a nine-year-old's school project.
The Peruvian economist says blockchain technologies and social media will transform the planet by securing property rights.
We headed to the Venice Beach boardwalk to test the bullshit detectors of passersby.
Author Warren Farrell says welfare programs encourage fatherless households.
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
The Suicide of the West author explains his anti-Trumpism, evolution on culture-war issues, and growing attraction to libertarianism.
What we should celebrate on Independence Day.
William F. Buckley Jr.’s “Firing Line” returns to PBS to elevate political discourse about the important policy issues facing the nation.
The late travel host changed television—and my life.
In prison, Remy looks back on how he went astray.
Law professors Randy Barnett and Michael Dorf argued over "originalism" at an event hosted by the Soho Forum.
Peterson: “SJWs” evolved from Marxism.
Meet Eric Lundgren, who got 15 months in prison for selling pirated Microsoft software that the tech giant gives away for free.
State and local officials are doling out $4.5 billion and 1,000 acres to lure the Taiwanese manufacturing giant.
The LP candidate for the governor of New York wants to cut spending, legalize everything, and give people hope.
He has been a Democrat, a Republican, a lobbyist, and a cancer survivor. Now he wants to end the war on weed.
In Bad Blood, Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou explains why Silicon Valley's mystique makes suckers out of billionaires.
Developer claims politicians blocked their project to favor a crony who helps the politicians.
When the cure for the "epidemic" proves worse than the disease, it's time to try something new.
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