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The Fox News host offers good-faith ideas worth engaging. [Read More]
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Students for Liberty's annual conference is THE event for people interested in "Peace, Love, Liberty." [Read More]
LibertyCon is bringing 1,500 students from all over the world to D.C. on March 2-4. Students for Liberty's Wolf von Laer talks message and strategy. [Read More]
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The Florida school shooting is horrific, but making sure such tragedies never happen is no simple matter. [Read More]
No issue is more hotly contested today than immigration, with restrictionists calling for the deportation of illegals and a 50 percent cut in legal immigration. [Read More]
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No issue is more hotly contested today than immigration, with restrictionists calling for the deportation of illegals and a 50 percent cut in legal immigration. [Read More]
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One bright spot in Donald Trump's very bad, very insane budget plan is his willingness to cut taxpayer-funded culture. [Read More]
Stanford political scientist Morris Fiorina says it's media and political elites who live in ideological bubbles, not regular Americans. [Read More]
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The Olympics—and nation-states—are less important than ever to our lives and geopolitics. [Read More]
The SNL vet has interesting thoughts on why politics and comedy don't mix so well. [Read More]
Tomorrow's Soho Forum/Reason debate asks whether well-intentioned laws to protect victims do more harm than good. [Read More]
Damon Root explains how the famous abolitionist was also an outspoken classical liberal. [Read More]
If you ever wondered why free enterprise and capitalism triumphed over command economies and communism, I've got some answers right here. [Read More]
Reason/Soho Forum debate in New York looks at the unintended consequences of a popular mandate. Tickets available or watch online. [Read More]
The cartoonist-turned-political-prognisticator talks about "master persuaders" and winning arguments in a "world where facts don't matter." [Read More]
[*] Not really, but you will likely be edified and entertained if you subscribe to our free, three-times-a-week podcast. [Read More]
The feds can't pass a budget or do much very well, yet a record level of Americans want it more involved in our lives. That's... [Read More]
Do sex offender registries make society safer or do the laws actually do more harm than good? [Read More]
Wired co-founder Louis Rossetto has a new novel out and an optimistic message about Donald Trump's presidency. [Read More]
The Nunes memo deserved to be released, and so does the forthcoming Schiff one. But come on, D.C., get serious about abuse of FISA and... [Read More]
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