Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Somehow I only came in third place. Reason Magazine’s website asked readers to create the next government-required warning label that will appear in San Francisco. First place got a subscription to the digital magazine. No free magazine subscription for me, but here was my entry: WARNING: Reading government-required warning labels may cause the following: nearsightedness, […]

Ron Bailey, the science correspondent for Reason magazine, says we’re not doomed. It’s just getting better all of the time, and he explains why. Print this entry

War, extraordinary rendition, indefinite detention and extrajudicial assassination are just so much better when the president is conflicted about it all! – Matt Welch, Reason Print this entry

As this video from the Heritage Foundation and Reason.tv shows, state budget battles will spread because they will have to, regardless of party. Print this entry

Steve Chapman at Reason.com sees the death penalty is in decline and asks if abolition is possible. The popular impulse to put people to death is just not what it used to be. Executions have fallen by half since 1999. The number of new death sentences is about one-third what it was at the 1996 […]

Michael Moynihan reported on the ground in his native Massachusetts what he saw during the campaign: What on earth is happening here? A local Republican Party Chairman was blunt: It’s health care, big government, and national security that are driving Brown’s spectacular bounce in the polls, but no one in state party politics expected something […]

Happy 50th Birthday Drew Carey! Print this entry

Here’s Drew Carey in the first of the videos he’s doing for the Reason Foundation (ht: Americans for Prosperity). In this one Drew discusses different ways to shorten the daily commute, free-market style.Robert Poole also has some thoughts on privatizing the roads. Given the failure of Governor Doyle’s tax on gas companies and the end […]

Here’s Drew Carey in the first of the videos he’s doing for the Reason Foundation (ht: Americans for Prosperity). In this one Drew discusses different ways to shorten the daily commute, free-market style.Robert Poole also has some thoughts on privatizing the roads. Given the failure of Governor Doyle’s tax on gas companies and the end […]