Harris is pitching a carefully constructed narrative that seems to be at odds with her record in many ways.
Kamala Harris' Plan To End the Racial Homeownership Gap Doubles Down on the Worst Aspects of U.S. Housing Policy
The 2020 contender wants to give $25,000 grants to homebuyers living in historically segregated neighborhoods.
The senator and the president she wants to unseat are determined to have their way, regardless of what the law says.
Plus: protests in Hong Kong intensify, Antifa at it again, and more...
The presidential hopeful has flip-flopped on the issue several times.
Biden misrepresented his own views, while Harris implied that opposition to busing is inherently racist.
Plus: Inter-generational warfare among Democrats, the reluctant anarchism of Marianne Williams, and more...
In a special xennial/millennial edition of the podcast, Reason editors take apart the first two nights of Democratic Party debate.
At the second Democratic debate, the presidential hopeful showed her affinity for executive action.
Just 25 percent of Democratic voters want a candidate promising a "bold, new agenda," which is exactly what party and media elites will cram down their throats.
Biden Is Turning Trump's Trade War Into a Major Campaign Issue. More Democrats Should Follow His Lead.
A majority of Democratic voters now favor free trade. Some of the party's presidential candidates are starting to notice.
Plus: YouTube moderation, over-the-counter birth control, craft brewery regulation, New York prostitution laws, and more...
Kamala Harris Wants to Force Companies to Report Pay Data to the Federal Government—and Fine Them If They Don't Offer Equal Pay
It's a one-size-fits-all solution to a complex issue.
Single-payer would eliminate private health insurance as we know it today.
Plus: Police raid reporters' home in San Francisco, a crackdown on free market economists in China, and more....
Resist when politicians declare that speech (even radical speech) is a “threat to our democracy.”
Being a presidential candidate means never having to say sorry for heavy-handed proposals to limit choice and promise free stuff.
Plus: life after ISIS, Kansas says state constitution guarantees abortion access, and more...
If Congress Does Not Change Federal Gun Laws, Kamala Harris Promises, She Will Do It by Presidential Fiat
The California senator claims she could impose "near-universal background checks" and close the "boyfriend loophole" without new legislation.
Harris Clarifies That She Does Not Support Prostitution Decriminalization, Would Use Executive Power To Toughen Gun Laws
Plus: Ohio moves to ban kids in drag shows while Washington wants to keep kids in car seats through middle school.
The one potential holdout? Joe "gateway drug" Biden.
Harris supported a truancy law that listed jail time as a punishment for parents.
While partisans freak out over Bernie Sanders doing Fox and Marianne Williamson getting air time, CNN is trying to catch some more Kamala Harris-type ratings magic
Bernie, Kamala, and Probably Beto Raised More Money in the First Quarter Than Gary Johnson Did During Entire 2016 Campaign
Sobering reminder for all current and future Libertarians: A previously unknown mayor from a midsized Indiana college town will soon shatter the high-water fundraising numbers for America's third party.
Plus: Is Obamacare canceled? Beware "national cyber strategy." And Baltimore attempts eminent domain to take down a racetrack.
Plus: Former Sen. Mike Gravel may run, Donald Trump Jr. doesn't understand censorship, and the "Neoliberal Shill" contest has a winner.
The New Jersey senator says there's nothing funny about pot busts that warp people's lives.
The senator's own San Francisco is a case study in the policy's poor consequences.
Plus: Democrats move to make ad targeting illegal, and more on Elizabeth Warren's child care proposal
Harris said it was an "unintended consequence," but CNN reports it was the explicit purpose of the policy, which she opposed changing.
Kamala Harris Won't Denounce Federal Law That Harms Sex Workers, but May Support Decriminalizing Prostitution
"I think that we have to understand though that it is not as simple as that."
'Social Justice'–Touting Bill Weld Has Kind Words for Fellow Ex-Prosecutors Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar
The possible presidential contender has come a long way since his tough-on-crime speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention, but he's still emphasizing his U.S. attorney past.
The socialist wave may be more of a media-bubble thing than any sort of legitimate groundswell.
Kamala Harris Got So High Smoking Weed in College She Thought She Was Listening To Snoop Dogg and Tupac
The senator is already lying about her record as a drug warrior, but she's also dissembling about what music was around during her college and law school years.
For most of the presidential candidate's political career, she was absolutely dead set against full legalization.
Currently, no more than 7 percent of green cards handed out in a single year can go to immigrants from the same country.
But she provided very little evidence to back up her claims.
Cory Booker Understands Restrictive Zoning Codes Are a Problem. How Much Will That Matter for His Presidential Run?
All three Senate Democrats running for president have distinctive housing reform proposals.
The senator and presidential hopeful went to bat for dirty prosecutors, opposed marijuana legalization, and championed policies that endanger sex workers.