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The Libertarian Podcast: Understanding the Dormant Commerce Clause

The Libertarian Podcast: Understanding the Dormant Commerce Clause

May 28, 2015

Richard Epstein analyzes a recent Supreme Court case that turned on the justices’ understanding of the dormant Commerce Clause — an obscure concept that’s divisive on both the Left and the Right. (Playing time: 16:28)

The Libertarian Podcast: Should We Worry about Income Inequality?

The Libertarian Podcast: Should We Worry about Income Inequality?

May 20, 2015

Richard Epstein examines recent anxieties about US wealth disparities, analyzes the policies progressives are proposing as remedies, and argues that deregulation may be the best way forward. (Playing time: 20:04)

The Libertarian Podcast: The National Security Agency (NSA), Metadata, and the Law

The Libertarian Podcast: The National Security Agency (NSA), Metadata, and the Law

May 13, 2015

Richard Epstein reviews the Second Circuit’s ruling against the NSA metadata program and considers how much government intrusion is warranted by the threat of terrorism. (Playing time: 19:01)

The Libertarian Podcast: Baltimore, Law Enforcement, and Race

The Libertarian Podcast: Baltimore, Law Enforcement, and Race

May 6, 2015

Richard Epstein explores the arguments about crime, race, poverty, and policing that have emerged in the aftermath of Freddie Gray’s death. (Playing time: 19:35)