Jason Russell is managing editor at Reason, the magazine of "free minds and free markets." Previously he was a writer and editor with the Washington Examiner. He also managed America's Future's Writing Fellows Program from 2017–2019. He studied economics and political science at the University of Rochester and grew up near Detroit. He lives in the Washington, D.C., area with his wife, Kellan.
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Stray began development in 2015, so it's not intended to be an allegory about COVID-19 lockdowns, but it sure seems like one.
Thousands of people from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka have died while working on enormous infrastructure projects in the lead-up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Peaky Blinders reminds us that when the government bans or artificially limits a resource, control of that resource often gets decided through violence.
A Young Joe Biden Mocked Gerald Ford's 'Whip Inflation Now' Slogan. Now He Faces His Own Inflation Mess.
During his own inflation crisis, President Ford called on the American public to do their part through personal fiscal discipline.
But he still had to drive two hours to do it in a legal state.
Virginia is moving on without the Democratic duo.
Convenient online sports betting is legal and live in 14 states.
Casinos, sports betting, and even online lottery sales are okay. Electronic skill games have no such luck.
Three states have advanced constitutionally questionable laws.
Six states don’t allow any horse racing bets, but others still make it difficult.
During the draft, they can't even endorse snacks that the league hasn't approved.
Texas state senators introduced a bill requiring the national anthem at all pro sports events.