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The Libertarian Podcast: Indiana, Discrimination, and Religious Liberty

The Libertarian Podcast: Indiana, Discrimination, and Religious Liberty

March 31, 2015

Richard Epstein argues that critics of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act are undervaluing the right to free association. (Playing time: 20:49)

The Libertarian Podcast: The Death of Independent Contractors?

The Libertarian Podcast: The Death of Independent Contractors?

March 24, 2015

Richard Epstein looks at efforts to constrain the classification of workers as “independent contractors,” including a pair of controversial court cases involving Uber and Lyft. (Playing time: 17:17)

The Libertarian Podcast: Ferguson Revisited

The Libertarian Podcast: Ferguson Revisited

March 18, 2015

Richard Epstein examines the contents of two new Justice Department reports out of Ferguson, Missouri: one exonerating Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, one claiming evidence of systemic racial bias in the city’s police force. (Playing time: 20:20)

The Libertarian Podcast: Iran, the Treaty Power, and the Logan Act

The Libertarian Podcast: Iran, the Treaty Power, and the Logan Act

March 12, 2015

Richard Epstein looks at the recent flap over Republican senators’ letter to Iran, examines President Obama’s decision to circumvent Congress on a potential diplomatic agreement with Tehran, and considers what it all means for the future of US foreign policy. (Playing time: 13:52)

The Libertarian Podcast: Obamacare at the Supreme Court — Part 2

The Libertarian Podcast: Obamacare at the Supreme Court — Part 2

March 6, 2015

Richard Epstein examines the oral arguments in King v. Burwell, considers the responses of John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy, and interprets what it all may mean for the eventual ruling. (Playing time: 19:58)

The Libertarian Podcast: Obamacare at the Supreme Court

The Libertarian Podcast: Obamacare at the Supreme Court

March 4, 2015

Richard Epstein looks at the legal issues surrounding the Supreme Court’s upcoming Obamacare case, why the progressive justices might be inclined to side with the administration, and what the fallout from a verdict overturning Obamacare subsidies might look like. (Playing time: 15:39)