Austin Bragg and Meredith Bragg talk Remy, libertarian parodies, and their new indie film, Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game.
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The Columbia University linguist discusses the Jussie Smollett hoax, Donald Trump, and "antiracism" as a new secular religion.
Episode 3 of Free Speech Rules, starring UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh
The Yale Professor Attacked by Angry Students Over Halloween Costumes Believes Evolution Wants Us To Get Along
In Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, Nicholas Christakis says our common humanity outweighs divisive tribalism.
Allison Schrager wants to change the way you take chances.
Should Israel negotiate with Hamas and Fatah, or are they unwavering enemies in a protracted struggle?
When "somebody packs up that moving van in Chicago, Illinois, they don't lose their skills on the way to the state of Arizona," says Gov. Doug Ducey.
Q&A with political strategist Liz Mair.
When quality of life improved, doctors discovered a new affliction.
Q&A with the co-founder of Institute for Justice about immigration, his legal philosophy, his battles with Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and that tattoo.
Is "mental illness" a fraudulent concept for locking up social deviants? Or does forced treatment free the ill "from the Bastille of their psychosis?"
"The real battle in the Democratic Party is between reality and fantasy," says Chapman University's Joel Kotkin.
Former BB&T Bank CEO John Allison vs. Moody's Mark Zandi
Easing pot prohibition is doing what the failed war on drugs never could.
Episode 2 of Free Speech Rules by UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh
Q&A with economist Veronique de Rugy.
Gun Control Is Still Dead: Paloma Heindorff on Homemade Firearms and Defense Distributed After Cody Wilson
After Cody Wilson was arrested on a sex crime charge, Heindorff took the helm at Defense Distributed. Now she's leading a massive free speech battle over the right to download a gun.
There are more forms of hepatitis than there are major parties in America.
The senator and presidential hopeful went to bat for dirty prosecutors, opposed marijuana legalization, and championed policies that endanger sex workers.
They demanded higher salaries. The real problem: A disconnect between what teachers see in their paychecks and what employers are actually paying them.
"School is a place where children go to learn to be stupid," said author and educator John Holt.
The Manhattan Institute's Howard Husock debates Economic Policy Institute's Richard Rothstein at the Soho Forum.
Shutdown teaches us that much of government is NOT essential.
Nancy Bass Wyden says historic designation would compromise her ownership rights and mean dealing with bureaucrats who "do not know how to run a bookstore."
This Insane Battle To Block a New Apartment Building Explains Why San Francisco and Other Cities Are So Expensive
Bob Tillman has spent nearly 5 years and $1.4 million trying to convert his laundromat into new housing.
Nick Gillespie and Skeptic Magazine's Michael Shermer on Postmodernism, Rationalism, and The Intellectual Dark Web
Tune in to Reason's livestream conversation between Gillespie and Shermer.
Reason's livestream with the founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Rick Doblin.
Reason's livestream conversation with Lenore Skenazy.