Plus: A listener inquires about the potential positive effects of ranked-choice voting reforms.
Podcast: The Reason Roundtable
Every Monday, the libertarian editors of the magazine of “free minds and free markets”—Matt Welch, Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Peter Suderman—discuss and debate the week’s biggest stories and what fresh hell awaits us all.
Plus: A listener question concerning drug decriminalization and social well-being
Plus: A listener question considers the pros and cons of the libertarian focus on political processes rather than political results.
Plus: A listener question concerning the key to a libertarian future—should we reshape current systems or rely upon technological exits like bitcoin and encryption?
Enjoy a special video episode recorded live from New York City’s illustrious Comedy Cellar at the Village Underground.
Plus: A listener question scrutinizing current attitudes toward executive power
Plus: Should committed libertarians be opposed to pro-natalist policies?
Plus: The editors respond to a listener question concerning corporate personhood.
Which sentence in this podcast was generated using A.I.?
Plus: did the editors sing Happy Birthday to Adam Smith?
Plus: The editors puzzle over Donald Trump’s latest list describing his vision for America.
Plus: the editors field a listener question on intellectual property.
Plus: a listener question on prohibition and a lightning round on the editors' favorite Super Bowl moments
Plus: a lightning round recollection of comical political fabulists
Plus: The editors look back on what pieces of cultural media impacted them the most this year.
Plus: The editors extend the discussion on the lack of immigration reform in this week’s bill.
Plus: The editors consider a listener question on the involuntary hospitalization of the mentally ill.
Enjoy our special webathon video episode, where we answer your batty listener questions. Now donate, you delightful bunch of free-thinking misfits!
Plus: Peter Suderman may or may not attempt a rendition of a famous rap from the movie Bulworth.
Plus: For Halloween, the editors describe what scares them most about politics and government right now.