An unnecessary and personal attack on Bernie Sanders is another example of Clinton's poor political judgement, and smacks of Democratic desperation to stop the Vermont senator's rise.
That's a bad thing, even—or especially—from a libertarian perspective.
Biden tells the New York Times he would revoke Section 230 protections and hold Facebook (and other sites) liable for their content.
Historian Amity Shlaes talks about the last time a president massively expanded the federal government to help people.
Amity Shlaes's new history of the late 1960s explains the failure of the last time the federal government tried to fix all that was wrong with America.
The Trump administration's "phase one" deal with China will keep many tariffs in place, but Democrats don't seem to have the guts to stand up for freer trade.
Being relentlessly negative is no way to win votes, even against someone as dark and divisive as Donald Trump.
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It's good to hear Biden admit that his initial vote to go to war was a mistake, but he continued to support the war well after it was clearly a disaster.
Taiwan’s system is less generous than the Sanders plan—yet it still struggles with cost control and access to care.
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The Sanders-Warren agenda of higher taxes, increased regulation, and more government control worries Wall Street
Talking congressional oversight, the Bernie resurgence, and the death of Neil Peart on the Reason Roundtable podcast
The New Jersey senator was also willing to buck the establishment at key moments.
So long, and thanks for all the memes.
The former Rhode Island governor and senator said state-level legalization efforts are “interesting, positive experiments.”
The policy has earned a well-deserved First Amendment lawsuit.
The Cato Institute's Christopher A. Preble lays out a uniquely libertarian approach to Iran, Iraq, and elsewhere.
Lincoln Chafee, Former Republican Senator and Independent Governor, Seeks Libertarian Party Presidential Nomination
Chafee may be the first in an eventual wave of former Republicans seeking the Libertarian presidential nod.
Tyler Cowen is wrong to champion "State Capacity Libertarianism," but he's right that advocates of free minds and free markets need to up our game.
The two Democratic billionaires have spent a combined $200 million on campaign ads already. That doesn't mean much to them, but the opportunity costs are staggering.
“Incarceration should not even be a response to drug possession.”
"It's doubtful there's a sufficient market for a pro-life/pro-impeachment independent in the district to allow him a path to a sixth term," concludes the Cook Political Report.
"There has to be a war on poverty," says Michael Bloomberg. Does he know how the last one turned out?
The problem, as always, is that voters are likely to say they want Congress to balance the budget, but are less likely to back any specific ideas for doing so.
We've got a lot of problems with you people.
Amity Shlaes' Great Society: A New History details the failure of massive governmental attempts to remake society.
Biden's reputation as a bipartisan dealmaker might be appealing in these polarized times, but his record as a policy maker is atrocious.
"I come before you to make a stand for the center," said Gabbard in a statement.
A range of libertarian-world approaches to the impending trial of Donald Trump
When the vice president's son was caught using illegal drugs, he escaped legal problems. We should all be so lucky.
Elizabeth Warren Would Rather Make You Fix Your Terrible Public School Than Let You Send Your Kid to a Charter School
"You don't like the building? You think it's old and decaying? Then get out there and push to get a new one," she said.
He reversed position only as he decided to run for president and now seems surprised he’s getting asked about it.
A sign of just how far left Democrats have moved under Trump
Nancy Pelosi Calls for Articles of Impeachment, Citing Need To Curb Trump's Overreach, Abuse of Power
It's great to see Congress assert its role in checking the power of the executive branch. But is this too little, too late?
Activists disrupt a talk by Sharon McBride, a South Bend City Council member who is backing Buttigieg.
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Harris blamed billionaires for her failure to make a dent in the 2020 presidential race.
Plus: "Right to be forgotten" follies, research on direct cash aid, Elizabeth Warren on sex work, and more...
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The libertarian analyst predicts Dems will bring as many as five articles of impeachment against President Trump.
The Reason Roundtable panelists ask: Why so many hawks in the anti-Trump clump?
The allegations against Trump are more serious than the offenses that led to Bill Clinton's impeachment because they relate directly to his duties as president.
“The evidence of his impeachable behavior at this point, in my view, is overwhelming," says the Fox News analyst.