When a coronavirus vaccine is ready, it will be distributed through normal civilian supply chains to your doctor's office and local pharmacy.
Under the Affordable Care Act, if you liked your plan, you couldn't always keep it.
Drug courts and mandatory treatment models often lead right back to incarceration.
The president claims success based on a completely implausible worst-case scenario, while his opponent projects more than 3,700 deaths a day.
The U.S. incarceration rate peaked in 2008, but it's good to see two "law and order" candidates talking about clemency.
Plus: New research on sanctuary policies, the Stop Suppressing Speech Act, and more...
Trump and Biden Are Right: Both Parties Are To Blame for America's Inhumane, Broken Immigration System
Trump's immigration record is uniquely appalling but he didn't do it all by himself. Before you start building cages, you should ask how your political opponents might use them.
President Donald Trump said he'd leave it to the states to decide if a minimum wage hike was appropriate.
Joe Biden Would Create a Bipartisan Commission To Figure Out Whether He Should Pack the Supreme Court
In a preview of an interview that will air Sunday, Biden says he'd pick "Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives" to serve on the body, which would make broad recommendations for reforming federal courts.
Exactly one year ago, Biden gave a clear and direct answer to this question. Tonight, he completely fumbled his response.
The legal doctrine makes it considerably harder to hold cops accountable. Trump refused to address it.
The former vice president's comment during the ABC town hall was idiotic.
No, it’s not “bad for democracy” to keep giving a platform to the President of the United States.
But on big-picture fiscal issues, are Democrats and Republicans really so far apart?
Ricky Dale Harrington is polling at 38 percent in a two-way race against one of the leading voices of the GOP's ascendant authoritarian nationalism.
Politeness is nice. Answering questions would be even nicer.
Pence claims Obamacare was a "disaster" that Americans "remember." It's still very much on the books.
Too bad Biden's position isn't as good as Pence makes it sound.
Plus: a Google copyright case, the third-party vote, and more...
The position is likely the strongest any major-party candidate for president or vice president has taken on the issue in such a prominent venue.
Kamala Harris Refused To Answer a Direct Question About Whether a Biden Administration Would Pack the Supreme Court
Two debates. Two dodges of an important question about the top court's future.
Under what circumstances would these two potential vice presidents feel comfortable taking over? The country deserves to know.
"Do we have a president yet?" we laughed.
Like Trump's presidency, the debate destroyed unfounded respect for the people who rule us.
Trump is right that police unions support him more than Biden. That doesn't speak as well of the president as he thinks.
Biden's refusal to address court packing in the first presidential debate reflects his lack of concrete positions.
After the trainwreck that was the first Biden-Trump debate, some people will likely call for future debates to be canceled. America needs the exact opposite.
Both sides in the debate about face masks make claims that are not justified by the scientific evidence.
Biden spun the Supreme Court's role in health care. Trump dodged, distracted, and bullied. It was an unproductive slugfest.
Chris Wallace asked both candidates on Tuesday night if they would urge "supporters to stay calm during this extended period, not to engage in any civil unrest." Trump rejected the premise.
The president renewed his attack that a Biden presidency would wipe out the suburbs. Biden accused Trump of racist dog whistles.
Joe Biden has said plenty of regrettable things about criminal justice, but that wasn't one of them.
Leaders of the organization reportedly see this as tacit approval.
Though the presidential debate was pure chaos, Trump destroyed Biden on the question of reopening the economy.
Major-party politicians avoid tax simplification almost as aggressively as the rich avoid taxation, argue the Reason Roundtable panelists.
Better still: Let's have lots of debates that include all candidates who can technically win the election.
The Democratic Party presidential candidate attacks Donald Trump's mental faculties while revealing his own issues.
This Week Confirmed That Control of the Supreme Court Will Be a Critical Part of Trump's Reelection Strategy
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Larry Sharpe, Spike Cohen, and Ken Armstrong strategize about how to sell liberty during a pandemic.
Libertarian Party Presidential Debate Offers Choice Between All Liberty Now or Moving the Ball of Liberty Down the Field
Libertarians will decide this weekend if a message that "nothing matters more...than living in a free society" will resonate in 2020.
This is what happens when you think all of America looks like the Acela corridor.
Joe Biden rightly noted that Medicare for All "would not solve the problem" posed by the coronavirus.
Not to be outdone, Bernie Sanders promises that every single American will "be made whole" despite economic losses due to the outbreak. That's totally impossible.