Yes, taxes and regulation are bad. No, they're not worse than locking people up.
Post-election conspiracy-mongering demonstrates the limits of "libertarian populism."
This is not your older brother's "Libertarian Moment," caution Reason Roundtable podcasters.
Rand Paul, Tulsi Gabbard, Thomas Massie, Ron Wyden Join Forces To Unplug the President's 'Internet Kill Switch'
Under the broad terms of a 1934 federal law, the president has the authority to seize emergency control of almost any electronic device in the country.
Plus: Protest updates, qualified immunity, and more...
A renewed push to pass the PRIME Act picks up steam as COVID-19 leaves us all asking “Where’s the beef?”
President Donald Trump, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi all agree that a fourth spending bill will happen in April but are haggling over the cost.
The election committees of both parties use the same language to attack Rep. Justin Amash (I–Mich.).
The Kentucky congressman who insisted Congress record its vote on history's biggest spending bill is unapologetic and outspoken about limited government.
The Kentucky Republican took on Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi to fight against the $2 trillion coronavirus spending package. He's just getting started.
The CARES Act plunges the nation into a crash course on experimental economics.—and we're the lab rats.
Plus: civic dynamism on display, Justice Department embraces home detainment of federal prisoners, and more...
“Let’s vote on this and see who is serious about ending forever wars.”
Rand Paul, on a Prospective Justin Amash Presidential Run: 'The Electoral Prospects Don't Look That Good'
The libertarian-leaning senator also discusses his long, uphill fight to get U.S. troops out of Afghanistan.
Amash and Massie are both members of the House Liberty Caucus and provide some of the few Congressional glimmers of hope for libertarians.
Democrats are expected to take the House majority, but will libertarian-friendly Republicans like Thomas Massie and Justin Amash keep their seats?
"I didn't come to Washington to make friends."
Matt Kibbe explains why "beer is freedom," and talks about his new documentary series with Rep. Thomas Massie, Off the Grid.
June 12 was not a good day for free-market constitutionalism in the modern GOP.
The problem is in the procedure, says the libertarian-leaning Kentucky congressman. He thinks it could cost the GOP big in November.
Can they get past the FBI vs. Trump narrative to talk about snooping on the rest of us?
Libertarian Republican congressman admits that an already-worrisome debt will increase, and that the Senate may well disregard the House's framework, but "just because my colleagues don't believe that we have to cut spending doesn't mean I can't vote to cut taxes"
Listen to SiriusXM Insight (channel 121) from 9-12 AM ET as Matt Welch interviews Massie, Dalmia, Kevin Williamson, Bethany Mandel, and LSD enthusiast Daniel Miller
The Kentucky congressman tells John Stossel why we should withdraw immediately from this "graveyard of empires."
Mike Lee makes the argument in favor, as he tries to steer the president toward the devolution of power
Libertarian-leaning congressman slams the Better Care Reconciliation Act on Kennedy
All things Comey/Trump with Jennifer Rubin, Jimmy Failla, Rick Ungar, and whoever's brave enough to call in
The Federal Reserve Transparency Act would not politicize the Fed, but will provide Congress with more information.
Freedom Caucus Trashes Principle to Avoid Being Tarred as Trump Obstructionists on Obamacare Revamp (UPDATED)
A deeply unpopular bill, passed via untenable process, gets near-unanimous support from legislators who used to rail against such things.
Libertarian-leaners are lonely voices on Capitol Hill opposing the latest bipartisan spending spree
Rep. Thomas Massie: 'We don't really have 218 conservatives here [who] meant what they said when they said they wanted to repeal Obamacare'
Libertarian-leaning congressman unpacks the great Ryancare 'bluff,' explains how Paul Ryan is 'more Machiavellian than even John Boehner,' and why he's 'still hopeful' about Donald Trump despite a military budget proposal that's 'the dream of the neocons'
GOP politicians admit that President Trump's draconian cuts to the regulatory state aren't going to happen.
The ultimate outsider candidate collaborates with the GOP establishment to marginalize the House Freedom Caucus and pivot toward centrist Democrats
"They weren't voting for libertarian ideas—they were voting for the craziest son of a bitch in the race."
Supported by Newt Gingrich and Trent Lott, opposed by Shirley Chisholm and Jerry Brown—the department has a long history of scrambling political alliances.
A version of the bill has been introduced since 2009.
Will Donald Trump Be the Peacenik President? Was He Elected Dictator? And What's the Deal with Thanksgiving?
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Massie hasn't met with anyone from the Trump transition team.
'You can't waive the Fourth Amendment just because it's not convenient,' says Massie.