In this post, Ronald Bailey notes that at the 19th Conference of the Parties (COP-19) of the U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), one of the
In this post at Reason, Jacob Sullum asks if consuming marijuana is not a crime, how can it be a crime merely to help someone consume marijuana?
From the December 2013 issue of Reason Magazine, Jacob Sullum, accounts the federal government is not looking too kindly on the recent legalizations of marijuana in some states.
In this article at Reason, Jacob Sullum writes that people are being incarcerated in ways that do not fit the "crime, and for minor offenses.
Jacob Sullum reports that the legalization of marijuana in Colorado is not going as smoothly as perhaps some expected.
In this post at Reason Veronidue de Rugy asserts that the cost of a higher education may be not worth the paper it is printed on. She writes that,
In this document from Reason, Steven Titch writes that government-funded broadband projects start with a fundamental error: governments believe they are entering a monopoly-based infrastructu
Government-funded broadband projects, exemplified by the one undertaken in 2005 by Lafayette Utilities Service (LUS), start with a fundamental error: governments believe they are entering a monopol
In this article from Reason, multiple authors account for the problems facing certain cities in the nation--many are in dire shape.
In this post at Reason, Ronald Bailey asserts that health activists, nutrition nannies, medical paternalists, and just plain old quacks regularly conjure up menaces that are supposedly damagi