Does piracy have a catastrophic effect on how music, movies, and books are distributed?
It’s worth taking some time to consider the Civil War from your average early libertarian activist’s point of view.
Paternalism, even the art of nudging people in the right direction, does not allow human beings to make their own individual decisions.
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By trolling the English Court, John Lilburne helped reestablish all sorts of fundamental rights to the English legal tradition.
How far should we go to fight societal injustice?
Video games have extensive compelling narratives that gives the player a degree of agency that is not present in watching movies or reading books.
In addition to being a poet, William Cullen Bryant was a mentor for a consistent name on our show, William Leggett.
If you make food that is indisputably safe, using appropriate methods, Linnekin argues that there is no need for the government to intervene.
We explore the largely unregulated wearable tech industry that creates innovative products and apps designed to help us live healthier happy lives.
Lincoln is idolized for the Emancipation Proclamation, but he also should be scrutinized for his support of colonization of freed slaves.
Drug prohibition, which drives the black market, makes it harder for rational people to take advantage of drugs they find necessary, argues Jeff Miron.
Diego Zuluaga discusses potential applications of blockchain tech even in what is still the early stages of cryptocurrency adoption.
What was Lincoln’s actual position on slavery and how did he use it to his advantage during the Presidential election of 1860?
Peter Van Doren joins us to discuss if Trump has actually kept his campaign promises of deregulation.
Some politicians seem authentic on social media & others completely miss the mark. Should political advertising on social media be regulated?
Mark Smith gives us the entire feel of the Civil War by letting us think of it through all five of our senses.
George Selgin joins us to discuss the role that the Federal Reserve played before, during, and after the 2008 financial crisis.