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Remy has a few helpful tips for safely watching large orange balls of gas.
When special interest groups write regulations, consumers pay the price.
Also: GOP Congress should fix health care, taxes, and easy money.
The famed MIT linguist once praised former socialist President Hugo Chávez. How about now?
Did the president really need a teachable moment to denounce neo-Nazis?
They're on the run. Time to finish them off.
A vital lesson, as we confront calls for more regulation and government control in all aspects of our lives.
Economist Deirdre McCloskey explains the roots of "The Great Enrichment" of the last 200 years.
New York City arrests people who travel with guns–even when they notify and follow all TSA rules and have a valid gun license from their home state.
John Stossel investigates a New York City park bathroom that cost $2 million to build.
There are 20 trillion reasons we should rein in government spending.
Economist Roberto Salinas-León on how free trade fuels prosperity on both sides of the border.
"Bottleneckers" use occupational licensing to screw competitors and innovation in the name of keeping us safe.
The libertarian congressman says the internet is poised to destroy politics as we know it.
The attorney general is an unreformed drug warrior and sinister elf.
Most folks have no idea what federal agencies do. John Stossel reports on wasteful programs like the Agriculture Department forcing farmers to let cherries rot.
How flag-waving nationalism provides cover for a destructive economic policy.
An entrepreneur has a plan to save the rhinos from poachers, but environmental groups hate his idea.
In six states, it's illegal to walk into a company-owned store and buy a car.
A new film tells the story behind the website Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
How the Arab world's top satirist was censored, persecuted, and driven out.
Give me liberty or give me dragons.
Regulations are protecting interns right out of the job market
"I take the Hippocratic oath seriously that my job is to relieve pain and suffering," says Dr. Forest Tennant, a California pain specialist who patients from across the nation are flocking to see.
A new study reminds us that the law of supply and demand still applies to labor
A California-law championed by the Star Wars actor hurts booksellers and tramples on free speech.
It's time to end the ridiculous embargo.
The GOP health plan tacitly accepts Obamacare's central premise: that governments should micromanage insurance markets.
George Burke says taking tiny hits of acid has changed his work, and his life, for the better.
Sociologist Frank Furedi on how to bring liberalism back to campus.
Five terrible, perpetually recurring arguments, debunked.
It's time we applied affirmative consent to government meddling.
Popehat's Ken White and author John Pfaff on the need for reform.
The Kentucky senator laments that "there’s very little of this attorney general, this Department of Justice, doing anything favorable towards criminal justice or towards civil liberties"
Konni Burton has emerged as the state's fiercest opponent of civil asset forfeiture.
Robert Groden was ticketed 82 times and arrested twice because the city of Dallas wanted him off the streets.
From nipple censorship to breast milk regulation, the government is groping where it shouldn't.
Dr. David Nutt on what the first brain imaging study of humans on LSD reveals about mental health and human consciousness.
A review of American Kingpin and an interview with the author.
Director Amir Bar-Lev discusses his new 4-hour documentary on Jerry Garcia, the band, and their relationship with fans.
Greg Gianforte joins a pantheon of violent politicians who don't want to answer questions from journalists
The novelist, activist, and BoingBoing founder on cyber warfare, Uber-style reputation economics, and what he's likely to get arrested for someday.
The FCC is designed to protect incumbents, enrich politicians, and screw consumers, says economist Thomas Hazlett.
The internet did just fine before bureaucrats started micromanaging it.
It's more complicated than you think and one method involves a constitutional amendment invoked when presidents get colonscopies.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith on the privatization revolution.
The two parties are more interested in fighting each other than maintaining a consistent ideology
LSD, mushrooms, and ecstasy are finally getting attention from serious medical researchers. And their findings are astounding.
Socialism works... for weight loss.
Flying Dog Brewery's Jim Caruso took on government censors and won.
Northwestern University's Laura Kipnis on feminism, witch trials, and sexual paranoia at American universities.
Reason sat down with experts and advocates to discuss the state legalization, science, and the marijuana industry.
Yet the DEA wants to ban it.
The best and worst achievements so far.
Journalists and politicians work best as frenemies.
"We were not living in a digital dystopia in the years leading up to 2015."
Boston College psychologist Peter Gray says a cultural shift in child rearing is having dire consequences.
Q&A with this riches-to-rags evangelist for personal reinvention.
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