Sex, publishing, and quasi-legal theft collide in the Backpage prosecution.
The Cato Institute and Institute for Justice team up to fight for the right to publish a book attacking behavior by the SEC.
Judge Kavanaugh will mostly advance freedom, says Cato's Ilya Shapiro.
Canvassing the legal problems and practical effects of qualified immunity from constitutional lawsuits
Of course a pundit is trying to blame libertarianism. Look around: The problem's a lot larger than that.
Many conservatives want to proscribe the rights of Muslims, journalists, and those who "disrespect" the United States.
Cato's polling director Emily Ekins says as many as one in five voters can be identified as libertarian.
Trump voters overwhelmingly believe crime is getting worse, even though it's far better than it used to be. The president is only feeding that misconception.
Can Free Speech Flourish in the Age of Trump? Nick Gillespie, Flemming Rose at Cato (New Reason Podcast)
The publisher of the "Mohammed cartoons" and the editor of Reason.com talk about threats to free expression in America and beyond.
Allison wants to repeal all Dodd-Frank regulations, which didn't fix the problem of banks being "too big to fail."
Go find out at "Your Life In Numbers" over at the Human Progress program at the Cato Institute
The book event will be at the Cato Institute headquarters in DC on October 12.
Come by at 11 am Tuesday, June 7 to hear author Robin Hanson and me.
Danish journalist and author of The Tyranny of Silence published Muhammad cartoons in free speech fight against self-censorship
Institute files brief in support of florist fined for refusing gay wedding.
Incremental, bottom-up, trial-and-error innovation yields moral progress, superior technologies, and greater wealth
"Spiritual unions" of more than two people should not result in criminal sanctions, say Cato scholars.
Also in Paul money news: Behind in big bucks, Paul likely won't attend big weekend meeting of Koch-associated funders
Ronald Bailey Talks The End of Doom at Cato July 23, 2015
China Overpays: Still In Thrall to Failed Ideology of Central Planning, Argues Ronald Bailey
"Racing" for resources is economically misconceived.
Media notices his disagreement with the GOP on gay marriage, defense spending.