Drew Carey reports on the paramilitary-style raid by police on a poker game at a Dallas VFW post, which has been forced to close its doors. Visit Reason.tv.
Drew Carey and Reason.tv examine the plight of the American middle class.
Drew Carey and Reason.tv on Immigration: The Beckham Factor
In "Food Fight: Battle of the Bacon Dogs," reason.tv host Drew Carey takes a long look at the human cost of trying to prohibit trade in oh-so-tasty treats.
Reason.tv was launched in October 2007 with the help of Drew Carey. Mr. Carey, a longtime libertarian, approached Reason magazine, whose motto is “free minds and free markets,” with the idea of producing videos that expose government regulations and policies that impinge on personal freedom. The Web site has roughly 2.5 million viewers a month who tune in to watch the Drew Carey Project and other libertarian videos. Topics include medical marijuana, a dancing ban in Arizona, organ transplants, road congestion, and eminent domain.
We spoke with the editor of reason.com and reason.tv, Nick Gillespie, who just stepped down as editor in chief of Reason, the magazine, after holding that title for eight years. See and hear what he has to say about reason.tv and presidential politics in the accompanying video.
Reason.tv and Drew Carey - Raiding California: Medical Marijuana and Minors
This ReasonTV segment is part of the Drew Carey Project and focuses on the Dallas Poker Raid of a VFW post.
Bill Falk is editor in chief of The Week, the magazine that promises to "tell you all you need to know about everything that matters." Six years old and boasting a growing circulation of 500,000 subscribers, The Week has redefined the news magazine for the 21st century by offering wide-ranging and witty takes on the topics of the day. For each issue, Falk and his staff sift through thousands of newspapers, magazines, websites, and other sources to produce a comprehensive guide to the news. Interview by reason.tv Editor Nick Gillespie.
Reason.tv and Drew Carey - The Wall: The Cost of Securing Our Southern Border. (Part 1 of 2)
Reason.tv and Drew Carey - The Wall: The Cost of Securing Our Southern Border. (Part 2 of 2)
Drew Carey and Reason.tv on Nafta
reason.tv’s Ted Balaker sits down with independent movie producer Clay Epstein of The Little Film Company to discuss the cultural, political, and aesthetic complexities of the international film market. The Little Film Company's credits include An American Haunting and the Academy Award winning film, Tsotsi.
Epstein reveals which kinds of films are most likely to get squashed by Chinese censors, which nation outdoes the U.S. in cracking down on big-screen smoking, and explains why horror films rarely get lost in translation.
reason.tv recently caught up with author Marty Klein to chat about his book America's War on Sex: The Attack on Law, Lust and Liberty.
"Our glorious Constitution," says Klein, a certified sex therapist and frequent expert witness in anti-censorship court cases, "guarantees us the widest range of right civilization has ever seen. Why are those rights systematically damaged and repealed when it comes to sexual expression?"
Approximately four-and-a-half minutes.
Whether you love it, hate it, or have never thought about it, chances are some politician wants to ban it. "Welcome to the Nanny State Nation," says reason.tv host Drew Carey. "Where the government minds your own business."
Paying $4 for a gallon of gas is a drag, but what may be worse is listening to White House wannabes who promise to rescue us from our misery.
Take Senator McCain’s recent proposal to offer a $300 million cash prize to the inventor of a car battery that can out-green 100-mpg plug-in hybrids. Is McCain’s money pile really necessary to spur our nation’s geniuses to get it together and invent an ultra-efficient car? reason.tv’s Ted Balaker thinks not.
After armed federal agents raided his dispensary in 2007, Lynch now finds himself in the midst of a trial that could land him in prison for the rest of his life. On Tuesday Owen Beck was called to the stand to speak on Lynch’s behalf—and then promptly silenced.
In this video update, reason.tv continues its coverage of the saga first told in the documentary short, Raiding California: Medical Marijuana and Minors.