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Gore In the Balance

Jonathan Rauch
September 18, 1999

Reason magazine's Jonathan Rauch reviews Al Gore's 1992 book Earth in the Balance, and describes many the book's ideas as "hysterical" and futher argues that writing such a book shoul

Are Chemicals Killing Us?

Ronald Bailey
May 21, 2009

"So whom should the public trust when it comes to information about possible health risks from exposures to chemicals?


"Intuitive Toxicology" and Panicking Over Plastics at The New Republic

Ronald Bailey
April 15, 2011

Over at The New Republic journalist Judith Shulevitz is wringing her hands over "

Occupational Licensing: Ranking the States and Exploring Alternatives

Adam Summers
August 1, 2007

The Reason Foundation’s Adam Summers addresses the impact of occupational licensing on the labor market.

Pension Reform Case Study: Michigan

Anthony Randazzo
March 1, 2014

In 1996, the Michigan state legislature passed a first-of-its-kind bill that froze the state employees’ defined-benefit pension fund for new members

How Government Officials Doom Gun Registration Laws

J.D. Tuccille
December 11, 2013

In this post at Reason on the gun ctontrol debate, the author writes that 

Detroit’s Bankruptcy Ruling Doesn’t Spare the Pensions

Scott Shackford
December 10, 2013

In this post the author asserts that pensioners will not fair too well potentially:

Detroit’s Bankruptcy Ruling Doesn’t Spare the Pensions

Scott Shackford
December 10, 2013

The Detroit bankruptcy is not going to prove well for those in the city who made pension contracts with the local government. The author writes:

Celebrities Are Economic Hypocrites When They Attack Free Markets

John Stossell
December 11, 2013

John Stossel posts at Reason, that he's annoyed that so many Hollywood celebrities hate the system that made them rich.

Loss and Damage: The Third Era of Climate Change?

Ronald Bailey
November 20, 2013

Ronald Bailey at Reason writes that the  annual U.N. climate change meetings are always all about money.

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