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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.

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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.

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This is a very good podcast that would be great without Nick Gillespie and his interruptions.

Excellent dialogue

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More Libertarianism and less of everything else!

iTunes Ratings

848 Ratings
Average Ratings
696
82
25
14
31

Good enough

By lgcduubcfg - Nov 13 2019
Read more
This is a very good podcast that would be great without Nick Gillespie and his interruptions.

Excellent dialogue

By Coz33 - Nov 05 2019
Read more
More Libertarianism and less of everything else!
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The Reason Roundtable

Latest release on Feb 18, 2020

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With Bernie Sanders in the Lead, Is Democratic Socialism Unstoppable?

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.) squeaked out a victory in last week's New Hampshire primary, but now he has a new threat to contend with: former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, whose formidable pocketbook has helped put his campaign near the top of national polls. Is Bernie's vision of Democratic socialism the future? Or will Bloomberg's blend of technocratic competence and paternalism win out?

Here to discuss the latest wave of Democratic party infighting on this week's Reason Roundtable are special guests Robby Soave and Stephanie Slade, along with Nick Gillespie. Peter Suderman fills in for Matt Welch as host.

Also up for debate: Is Bill Barr Trump's hatchet man? Does President Trump think he's above the law? What's Roger Stone got to do with any of this? And what's with Trump's big new budget plan?

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music: 'The Plan's Working' Cooper Cannell

Relevant links from the show:

"Is Bloomberg vs. Sanders the 2020 Nightmare Scenario?" by Eric Boehm.

"Bill Barr Knew He Would Be a Hatchet Man for Trump," by J.D. Tuccille

"How Much More Should Trump Be Spending on You?" by Nick Gillespie

Sinking in the Swamp: How Trump's Minions and Misfits Poisoned Washington, by Lachlan MarkayAsawin Suebsaeng

"Trump's Budget Plan Is an Economic Fantasy," by Peter Suderman

"President Trump, Betsy DeVos Want To Reduce the Education Department's Size and Power," by Robby Soave

"The Good News Is That We Probably Won't Elect a Socialist. The Bad News Is That We Already Have, Many Times," by Nick Gillespie

"Bloomberg's Awful Old Quotes Defending Unconstitutional Stop-and-Frisk Are Coming Back to Haunt Him," by Scott Shackford

"Roger Stone Inauguration Outfit Twitter Roast Is Hilarious," via New York 

Feb 18 2020

59mins

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The Democrats' Miserable Week

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While President Donald Trump gleefully consolidates both power and popularity (the latter if graded on a curve), the men and women who aim to replace him are having themselves a time. On today's Reason Roundtable podcast, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Matt Welch talk about the Iowa caucus debacle, Joe Biden's ongoing face-plant, the identity politics wipeout, Pete Buttigieg's tenuous deficit hawkery, and so much more.

Along the way, the gang manages to argue about—surprise!—Trump, Sen. Mitt Romney (R–Utah), The Irishman, the economy, and the potential meanings of "lying, dog-faced pony soldier." And yes, we go to the Oscars, in terms of both speechifying and merit. A fun time for the whole family!

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music: 'Black Moons' by the 126ers.

Relevant links from the show:

"Joe Biden Just Called a Woman at One of His Events a 'Lying, Dog-Faced Pony Soldier.' What?" by Eugene Volokh

"The Iowa Caucuses Have Always Been Terrible," by Peter Suderman

"Dems Want to Run the Country, but They Can't Even Run an Election in Iowa," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"The Woke Primary Is Over and Everyone Lost," by Matt Welch

"Buttigieg Makes the Democratic Case for Cutting Debt," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Smart Debate Responses Against Drug War Lead Inevitably to Big Pharma Bashing," by Scott Shackford

"As Progressive Twitter Erupts at Joe Rogan Endorsing Bernie Sanders, a Reminder: Elizabeth Warren's Sexism Gambit Backfired," by Matt Welch

"Trump Denounces 'Dirty Cops,' 'Leakers,' and 'Liars' in Post-Acquittal Victory Speech," by Billy Binion

"Senate Votes To Acquit Trump on All Charges," by Billy Binion

"Instead of Removing Trump From Power, Remove Power From the Presidency," by Matt Welch

"'The President Is Guilty.' Mitt Romney Will Break Party Lines, Vote To Remove Trump," by Eric Boehm

"Consultant in Chief," by Peter Suderman

"Trump Bashes Socialism While Endorsing a Status Quo Socialism of His Own," by Peter Suderman

"State of the Union: Trump Tells Tall Tales, Dems Walk Out," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Trump Is Making Criminal Justice Reform a Theme of his Campaign," by C.J. Ciaramella

"Donald Trump Stomps Bill Weld and Joe Walsh in Iowa," by Matt Welch

Feb 10 2020

57mins

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The State of Our Union Is…Drunk?

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Let's see, Super Bowl, then the Iowa caucuses, various Democratic presidential debates, impeachment endgame, and…the State of the Union address? Is Dry January destined to be replaced by Binge-Drunk February, at least among people who can't pry themselves away from C-SPAN?

Such are the questions on today's episode of the Reason Roundtable podcast, in which Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Matt Welch share coping strategies, deliver their own private State of the Union addresses, and confess to rooting interests (or lack thereof) in tonight's big Democratic vote. Also discussed: Shakira's hips, Joe Biden's sins, and Katherine's retracted endorsements.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music: 'Tango de la Noche' by Wayne Jones

Relevant links from the show:

"Will the Justices skip the 2020 State of the Union?" by Josh Blackman

"The Eternal State of the Union, 2015 Update Edition," by Matt Welch

"The Ultimate Impact of Trump's Impeachment Remains to be Seen," by Ilya Somin

"Lamar Alexander, a Key GOP Senator, Says Trump's Delay of Ukraine Funds Was 'Inappropriate'—but Not Impeachable," by Peter Suderman

"Republican Senators Say the Truth Is Irrelevant in Evaluating the Gravity of Trump's Misconduct," by Jacob Sullum

"The Real Problem With Alan Dershowitz's Position on Quid Pro Quos and Impeachment," by Jacob Sullum

"Let Us Bury Prof. Dershowitz' Inane Impeachment Theory," by David Post

"Team Trump's Final Defense: He Didn't Do It, but Even If He Did, It's Not Impeachable," by Billy Binion

"Mike Bloomberg Just Lost My Vote With His Super Bowl Ad," by Nick Gillespie

"Trump Has Fully Embraced the Idea That Deficits Don't Matter," by Steven Greenhut

"Republican Deficit Hypocrisy Will Make America's Debt Problems Much Harder To Solve," by Peter Suderman

Feb 03 2020

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How Does the John Bolton Bombshell Change Impeachment?

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Now that John Bolton's pick me! exertions have gotten so loud that even Republican senators are saying that they might consider issuing a subpoena to a materially relevant witness in the impeachment trial, some natural follow-up questions tumble forth, such as: Should the mustachioed former national security advisor be summoned to testify? Does his account, however disputed, change the way people interpret the Trump administration's 2019 actions vis-a-vis Ukraine? Does any of it excuse the attempt by the lead House manager, Rep. Adam Schiff (D–Calif.), to justify not subpoenaing Bolton in the first place by saying that they needed to stop Trump before he could election again?

These questions and more lead today's episode of the Reason Roundtable podcast, featuring Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, Nick Gillespie, and Matt Welch. The roundtablists also volunteer their biggest critiques of suddenly re-rising presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.), try to dampen the panic about the latest global coronavirus, and discuss the bountiful local goings-on of National School Choice Week. And yes, Kobe Bryant gets a mention.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music: "Here Come The Raindrops" by Reed Mathis

Relevant links from the show:

"My Conversations with John Bolton," by Matt Welch

"John Bolton Says He Would Comply With Senate Subpoena to Testify in Impeachment Trial," by Scott Shackford

"Trump's Failed Impeachment Is Still Worth It," by Shikha Dalmia

"4 Key Republican Senators To Watch as Trump's Trial Rolls Into the Weekend," by Eric Boehm

"Did Trump Just Admit To Withholding Material From the Impeachment Process? " by Peter Suderman

"Does an Impeachment Overturn an Election?" by Keith E. Whittington

"The Senate Can (but Probably Won't) Fill the Gaps in the Case for a Ukraine Quid Pro Quo," by Jacob Sullum

"As Progressive Twitter Erupts at Joe Rogan Endorsing Bernie Sanders, a Reminder: Elizabeth Warren's Sexism Gambit Backfired," by Matt Welch

"Bernie Sanders Thinks Medicare for All Would Solve America's Health Care Problems. It Would Make Them Worse," by Peter Suderman

"Bernie J. Trump: Nationalism and Socialism Are Two Sides of the Same Statist Coin," by Shikha Dalmia

"Bernie's Bad Ideas," by Matt Welch

"No More Pandemics?" by Ronald Bailey

"Pennsylvania Bill Would Toss 35,000 Kids Out of Their Cyber Charter Schools," by Eric Boehm

"The Story Behind Miss Virginia Exemplifies the Moral Case for School Choice," by Nick Gillespie

Jan 27 2020

1hr 1min

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Impeachment Hall of Shame (and Fame?)

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Will the impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump already be over by the time you listen to this week's Reason Roundtable podcast? Not quite, though who the hell knows what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R–Ky.) and his caucus have up their sleeves? So, to mark the occasion 33 months after President Trump canned FBI Director James Comey, thus kicking off the first real talk of the I-word, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and I hand out our awards for Best and also Worst impeachment-related actor to date. Hint: Lotta libertarians among the former, not so many in the latter.

Because that's not fraught enough, the gang also bandy about Hillary Clinton's spectacular contribution to the Democratic gender wars over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.), dissect Joe Biden (and conservative) anger-bearing over Big Tech and Section 230, and point out that Sanders is pretty freaking weird because HE'S A SOCIALIST.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

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Relevant links from the show:

"Trump's Impeachment Trial Will Only Make Us Hate Washington Even More," by Nick Gillespie

"The Case Against the Slippery Slope Case Against Impeachment for 'Abuse of Power,'" by Ilya Somin

"The Impeachment End Game, II," by David Post

"'It Was Never About Corruption': Giuliani Associate Says Trump Was Involved in Ukraine Scandal," by Billy Binion

"By Withholding Funds to Ukraine, Trump Broke the Law," by Peter Suderman

"Justin Amash on Impeachment: Republicans Are Betraying the 'Principles and Values They Once Claimed To Cherish,'" by Billy Binion

"Judge Napolitano: Enough Evidence 'To Justify About Three or Four Articles of Impeachment,'" by Nick Gillespie

"Trump Is Getting Impeached Today. Should His Complaints About the Process Be Taken Seriously?" By Jacob Sullum

"'Constitutional Conservatives' Lose Interest in Holding Trump Accountable," by Matt Welch

"CNN Implicitly Took Elizabeth Warren's Side in the Unproven Sexism Accusation Against Bernie Sanders," by Robby Soave

"Warren Accuses Sanders of Saying a Woman Couldn't Win in 2020," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Watch the Media Manufacture a Dumb Story About Bernie Sanders and Sexism," by Robby Soave

"Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Fight for Feminist Crown," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Bill Clinton Accuses Bernie Bros of Sexism. Yes, That Bill Clinton." By Robby Soave

"Politicians Want to Destroy Section 230, the Internet's First Amendment," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown and Paul Detrick

"No 'Insurrection' or Violence at Virginia Gun Rights Rally," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

Jan 21 2020

1hr 2mins

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Trump's Iranian Justification Eroding by the Minute

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This week's Reason Roundtable podcast picks up where last week's left off: Iran. Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Matt Welch discuss the administration's ever-shifting storyline, flickers of principled opposition/oversight in Congress, and playground-style argumentation for war.

Then, straight oughtta this morning's headline, the gang assesses the import of Sen. Cory Booker (D–N.J.) leaving of the presidential race and the possible meanings of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.) continuing to rise in the polls ahead of Tuesday night's debate. There are also mentions of the Academy Award nominations, "hand-wavy pay-fors," and the passing of Rush drummer/lyricist Neil Peart.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music credit: "Lurking," by Silent Partner

Relevant links from the show:

"More Holes in the 'Imminent Threat' Story on Soleimani," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Escalation Breeds Escalation, in Iran and Beyond," by Bonnie Kristian

"No War With Iran, House Tells Trump. Next Up: Finally Forbidding Military Force in Iraq?" by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Republican Rep. Thomas Massie Signs On to House Bill Ending War in Iraq," by Scott Shackford

"Nikki Haley, Marco Rubio, and Lindsey Graham Try to War-Demagogue Like It's 2004," by Matt Welch

"Cory Booker, Who Urged Democratic Unity, Drops Out of Presidential Race," by Billy Binion

"Curb Your Enthusiasm's Gavin Polone on Hollywood Hypocrites, Bad Film Subsidies, and the Future of the Industry," by Zach Weissmueller

"Neil Peart, Champion of Individualism," by Christian Britschgi

"Future Nobel Laureate Warns: The Antichrist Is Coming!" by Jesse Walker

Jan 13 2020

1hr 3mins

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Trump's Iranian Kill Shot: Legal? Constitutional? Sensible? Impeachable?

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Some regular listeners of the Reason Roundtable podcast have been attempting to give me credit for predicting in last week's episode that the 2020s would feature a conventional war between two countries with populations larger than 40 million.

But as too many journalists already seem to be missing in the reaction to the U.S.'s drone-assassination of Iranian Revolutionary Guard leader Qassim Sulemaini, this act of war on third-party soil—which comes after years' worth of Sulemaini-directed war-acts against American and allied personnel, also on third-party soil—nonetheless does not pit conventional army vs. conventional army on the territory of the combatants. At least not yet. What's more, President Donald Trump has rhetorically ruled out "regime change" war against Tehran, and he claimed with a straight face that his escalatory act of violence was "defensive."

In today's podcast, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and I debate a series of questions over Trump's most notable military action as president. Was it legal? Constitutional? Precedented? Deliberated? Sensible? Impeachable? We also nominate some of the more noteworthy new laws that went into effect January 1, expend yet more oxygen praising Watchman, and touch briefly on the welcome Golden Globes comedy of Ricky Gervais.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music credit: "From Russia With Love" by Huma-Huma

Relevant links from the show:

"Don't Believe Mike Pence's Spin About Iran and 9/11," by Eric Boehm

"Trump Wants to Target Iranian Cultural Sites, Says His Tweets Shall Serve as Notice to Congress," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Without Evidence of 'Imminent' Attack on Americans, the White House's Justification for Killing Iranian General Seems Hollow," by Eric Boehm

"Reminder: American Officials Lie About War," by Matt Welch

"Congress Should Debate War, Not Mindlessly Cheer for It," by Eric Boehm

"Military-Intellectual Complex Looks Forward to More War in 2020," by Eric Boehm

"A Decade of No Lessons Learned in U.S. Overseas Intervention," by Brian Doherty

"Media Would Rather Talk About Gary Johnson's 'Aleppo Moment' Than a Damning New Report on Hillary Clinton's Actual War," by Matt Welch

"Pot, Guns, Tampons, Narwhals, Bail, Bags, and More Face New Rules in 2020," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Fiscal Analysis of Colorado's New 'Red Flag' Law Assumes Gun Confiscation Orders Will Be Granted 95% of the Time," by Jacob Sullum

"California Freelancers Sue To Stop Law That's Destroying Their Jobs. Pol Says Those 'Were Never Good Jobs' Anyway," by Billy Binion

"HBO's Dazzling Watchmen Was a Show About the Limits and Dangers of Power," by Peter Suderman

"Ricky Gervais Slams Woke Hollywood's Sanctimony in Golden Globes Speech," by Robby Soave

Jan 06 2020

1hr 3mins

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What Did Reason Get Wrong in 2019?

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The closing of a decade is an appropriate time for a little ritual self-criticism, so a thick chunk of today's Reason Roundtable podcast features Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Matt Welch, and special guest star Robby Soave talking about predictions and interpretations they botched in 2019, and in some cases are doubling down on for 2020! The Roundtablistas also discuss how their beats have changed since 2009, why the twin rises of right-populist nationalism and left-populist socialism are skeeving them out, and which countries will be at war in the Groaning '20s.

First, though, the gang tries to sort through the context and trends (and/or lack thereof) of anti-Semitic violence in New York and the rest of the United States, always a fraught conversation. Other items under review: Mayor Pete Buttigieg's welcome comments about decriminalizing all the drugs, the less-welcome developments in the Star Wars universe, terrific progress in the private space industry, and, as ever, Robby's access to blow dryers.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music credit: "Confliction & Catharsis" by Asher Fulero

Relevant links from the show:

"The Monsey Attack Shows Anti-Semitic Violence Isn't Always Tied to the Far Right," by Robby Soave

"Pete Buttigieg Says We Should Decriminalize All the Drugs," by Scott Shackford

"Medicare for All Is All Democrats Want To Talk About," by Peter Suderman

"When the Bubble Bursts, We're So Screwed," by Matt Welch

"You Can't Shut Down Space," by Katherine Mangu-Ward

"Young Radicals Against Free Speech: Reason's Robby Soave on His New Book, Panic Attack," by Robby Soave

"Hong Kong Protesters Combat the Surveillance State," by Zach Weissmueller

"The Rise of Skywalker Shows It's Time for J.J. Abrams To Be Impeached From Star Wars," by Peter Suderman

Dec 30 2019

56mins

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A Special Festivus Airing of Grievances from the Reason Roundtable Podcast

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Though it sometimes feels here at Reason like every day is Festivus—at least the Airing of Grievances part, if not quite the Feats of Strength—it is also true that the Seinfeld-concocted holiday comes every December 23. That means two things: 1) the annual tweet-storm from Sen. Rand Paul (R–Ky.) and, if it falls on a Monday, 2) a Festivus-themed episode of the Reason Roundtable podcast.

Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch huck darts at, among many other targets, last week's "bucket of garbage" budget deal, our brand new Space Force, Democratic presidential candidates, cigarette prohibitionists, presidential cultists, trade warriors, governor sons of governors, nu-trad-con manifesto writers, would-be campaign-finance regulators, politicians who can't stop yammering about baseball, and whichever alien force lives inside Nick Gillespie's mouth robotically dispensing Zardoz references. There's even a shocking twist or two near the end, so be here now until the final second, if time even exists.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Music: "Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairies" by Tchaikovsky

Relevant links from the show:

"A Special Reason Festivus Airing of the Grievances: Podcast," by Matt Welch

"'Until You Pin Me, George, Festivus Is Not Over!'" by Jesse Walker

"Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding," by Jacob Sullum

"Bipartisan 'Bucket of Garbage' Budget Bill Contains $50 Billion in Special Interest Tax Breaks," by Eric Boehm

"Republicans, Democrats Agree to Dump $738 Billion More Into the Forever War and Space Force," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Even in Impeachment-Crazed D.C., It's Always a Good Time To Borrow and Spend!" by Nick Gillespie

"America's Forgotten Debt," by John Stossel

"Here's the One Book All the Democratic Candidates (and President Trump) Should Read," by Nick Gillespie

"Democrats Still Fundraising Off Citizens United, Still Wrong About What It Means," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Warren and Buttigieg Spar Over Who Has the Purest Donors," by Scott Shackford

"The Cult of the Presidency," by Gene Healy

"House-Passed Budget Deal Raises Age To Buy Cigarettes to 21," by Christian Britschgi

"It Wasn't Just a Chokehold That Killed Eric Garner," by Jacob Sullum

"This Week Is a Crucial Final Exam Capping the Second Year of Trump's Trade Wars," by Eric Boehm

"The New Trustbusters Are Coming for Big Tech," by Thomas W. Hazlett

"The Moral Scolds of the New Illiberal Right Are Coming For Your Internet," by Peter Suderman

"New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to State Economy: 'Drop Dead,'" by Nick Gillespie

"The Five Faces of Jerry Brown," by Jesse Walker

Dec 23 2019

1hr 6mins

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Choose Your Own Impeachment Adventure: Rand Paul, Justin Amash, or Philip K. Dick?

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Sen. Rand Paul (R–Ky.) made headlines Sunday answering skeptical questions about his anti-impeachment approach from CNN's Jake Tapper. Paul's friend Rep. Justin Amash (I–Mich.) also made headlines Sunday after The Washington Post reported that Democrats are seeking his pro-impeachment counsel for when impeachment goes to the Senate for trial. It's not the first time the two libertarian-leaners have been on opposite ends of the I-question, but…well, can you imagine the theatrics? And what does this tell us about libertarian conflict over the process?

Thus begins today's Reason Roundtable podcast, with editors Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch, though not before immediately veering down a Philip K. Dick rabbit hole which feels strangely apt for our times. The Podcastic Four also chew on last week's British elections, the upcoming Democratic presidential debate, Washington's bipartisan orgy of deficit spending, and kids doing Dungeons & Dragons stuff on TikTok, because we have a brand to protect.

Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor.

Backed Vibes Clean—Rollin at 5 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license

Mentioned in the Podcast:

"Justin Amash: Impeachment Manager? Dems Want Former Republican Rep to Help Prosecute Trump," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"Lindsey Graham, Elizabeth Warren, and the Impeachment Trial Oath," by Keith E. Whittington

"'High Crimes and Misdemeanors' as an Inkblot," by Jonathan H. Adler

"After Contentious Debate, House Judiciary Votes To Advance Articles of Impeachment Against Trump," by Billy Binion

"Trump Abused His Power, but a Hasty Impeachment Will Undermine That Point," by Jacob Sullum

"Who's Right on Impeachment: Rand Paul, Justin Amash, or Jeff Flake?" by Matt Welch

"Even in Impeachment-Crazed D.C., It's Always a Good Time To Borrow and Spend!" by Nick Gillespie

"Republicans, Democrats Agree to Dump $738 Billion More Into the Forever War and Space Force," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"U.K. Election: Brexit Wins, Jeremy Corbyn Crashes," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

"A Corbyn Victory Would Kill Brexit, Lead to Venezuelan-Style Socialism, Says E.U. Member of Parliament Daniel Hannan," by Nick Gillespie

"The Decade Populism Went Mainstream," by Matt Welch

"Moderate Joe Biden Wants Tax Hikes Twice as Big as Hillary Clinton Proposed in 2016," by Peter Suderman

"Richard Jewell Shows What a Conservative Hollywood Would Look Like ," by Peter Suderman

"Nobody Knows What Television Is Anymore," by Peter Suderman

"The Radical Freedom of Dungeons & Dragons," by C.J. Ciaramella

"Philip K. Dick's Visions," by Ken Layne

"Kanye West Is Misunderstood," by Brian Doherty

Dec 16 2019

52mins

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