The Reason Roundtable podcast quartet of Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Matt Welch, and Katherine Mangu-Ward are taking your questions for a special bonus-cast to be aired during our annual Webathon, which begins tomorrow. Please email any/all queries, for the group or for an individual, to [email protected], and we shall do our best to address them.
Addressed on today's edition: President Donald Trump's latest tariff lunacies vis-à-vis Brazil and Argentina, and what they tell us about the current and previous administrations, as well as the broader currents in global opinion about trade, immigration, and multilateral institutions. As is the custom, the co-hosts have…different opinions. Other questions discussed: Which Democratic presidential candidate will drop out next? Is Ted Cruz's beard hot or not? How many four-letter words can one fit in a negative review of The Irishman?
Audio production by Ian Keyser.
Music credit: "White Hats" by Wayne Jones
Relevant links from the show:
"Trump's Farm Bailout Has Cost Over $10 Billion This Year," by Eric Boehm
"Bryan Caplan Says Milton Friedman Is Wrong About Open Borders," by Katherine Mangu-Ward
"Trump Weaponizes the Bureaucracy Against Naturalized Citizens," by Shikha Dalmia
"Kamala Harris 2020 Staffer Says She Never Saw Campaign Staff Treated 'So Poorly,'" by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Martin Scorsese Is a Grumpy Old Fart—and Wrong About the State of 'Cinema,'" by Nick Gillespie
"Reviews: The Irishman and Terminator: Dark Fate," by Kurt Loder
"Who Am I?" by Reason staff
"Support Reason While Doing Your Amazon Holiday Shopping," by Katherine Mangu-Ward
"The Reason Podcast Is Now 3 Great New Podcasts. Subscribe!" by Katherine Mangu-Ward