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A Bold New Plan to Help Addicts and End the Drug War

reason.com — "We've tended to see addiction as either a sin or a disease. But there's no other disease for which 80 percent of the treatment is prayer, confession, and meeting," regrets Time reporter Maia Szalavitz. "Addiction basically rewires your brain in the same way love or parenting does."

Trump Is So a Republican, Hillary Is Such a Disaster & Libertarians Matter More Than Ever

reason.com — Here are three big takeaways from the Indiana presidential primaries, in which Donald Trump won on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side. There is bad news for diehard Republicans and Democrats, but there's absolutely phenomenal news for libertarians and independents who have been looking for an exit from the political status quo for decades now.

Is Donald Trump a Threat To the American Way of Life? Or Just the Republican Party?

Is Donald Trump a Threat To the American Way of Life? Or Just the Republican Party?
reason.com — Let's cut to the chase: Is the possibility of a President Donald J. Trump really an "extinction-level event" to all that is good and decent about "liberal democracy and constitutional order," as Andrew Sullivan claims in his widely read debut at New York Magazine? Not even remotely.

Is Target Stock Going "in Toilet" Due To Conservative Boycott Over Bathroom Policy?

Is Target Stock Going "in Toilet" Due To Conservative Boycott Over Bathroom Policy?
reason.com — After the Minneapolis-based Target announced that it would allow customers and workers " to use bathrooms appropriate for the sex that matches their appearance, not necessarily their birth sex," social conservatives announced an online petition and boycott of the low-end-but-still-trendier-than-Walmart retailer.

"The Surprising Weakness of Invincible Institutions": GOP Indiana Primary Edition

"The Surprising Weakness of Invincible Institutions": GOP Indiana Primary Edition
reason.com — Today isn't just the (likely) day that Donald Trump blows Ted Cruz and John Kasich out of the water in the Indiana GOP primary, it's likely the day that marks the modern Republican Party's zenith of power at all levels of government.

2 Million Voters in 7 Counties Will Decide 2016. Who Will Win Them?

2 Million Voters in 7 Counties Will Decide 2016. Who Will Win Them?
reason.com — "Politics should be peer-to-peer, it shouldn't be a top-down lecture," says Ed Morrissey, who blogs at Hot Air and is the author of the provocative new book, Going Red: The Two Million Voters Who Will Elect the Next President-and How Conservatives Can Win Them.

Revealed: Donald Trump Got His Immigration Policy From Ann Coulter

Revealed: Donald Trump Got His Immigration Policy From Ann Coulter
reason.com — If you ask #NeverTrump conservatives, one thing that they'll tell you about the leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination is that he's a b.s. artist and flip-flopper that can't be trusted to deliver on all his conservative promises.

Donald Trump Says NAFTA "Destroyed" America. Yeah, No.

Donald Trump Says NAFTA "Destroyed" America. Yeah, No.
reason.com — Among the many odd turns in the presidential election season is the unanimity among the remaining candidates that anything that smacks of free trade-or perhaps more accurately, freer trade -has done more damage to the United States than just about anything since the Civil War.

Richard Branson: If the War on Drugs Was One of My Businesses, "I would have shut it down many, many years ago"

Richard Branson: If the War on Drugs Was One of My Businesses, "I would have shut it down many, many years ago"
reason.com — This pretty much says it all. Thanks, Richard Branson, for a succinct and forceful critique of the War on Drugs. If the #warondrugs was one of my businesses, I would have shut it down many, many years ago: https://t.co/5sEzH2Z1n8 pic.twitter.com/u1WSSFkzSn - Richard Branson (@richardbranson) April 25, 2016

Donald Trump’s Fatal Error Was to Take Conservatism Seriously

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May 04, 2016

@seriovitium @Patterico @BenSasse You let people in, they work and pay taxes. Already ineligible for most welfare. Not hard.

May 04, 2016

@cjmackenzie74 Actually one can't push to build a wall, cut migration & deport Mexicans w/o "creating Donald Trump" #sus#sushiroll


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