The Global Impact of Private Property Edward Crane, president and CEO of the Cato Institute, talks about the forces that shape humanity and the global impact of private property.
Running time: 435 seconds
California's Senate Candidate Chuck DeVore Speaks Up Reason.tv's Ted Balaker sat with California's senate candidate Chuck DeVore for a talk about government spending sprees, tea parties, industrial hemp, and running for Barbara Boxer's Senate seat.
Running time: 495 seconds
LA May Day This video from ReasonTV shows you the May Day celebrations in L.A.
Running time: 304 seconds
The State of New York Politics Ed Koch, former mayor of New York City, talks about how party divisions ruin friendships. He also talks about how New York is just one of many cities begging Washington for fiscal relief.
Running time: 99 seconds
Partners in Democracy The Environmental Protection Agency's "Rulemaking Matters" contest invites filmmakers to submit short videos that explain how federal regulations touch our lives. The best video wins $2,500! Presenting reason.tv's submission: "Federal Regulations and You: Partners in Democracy" Written and produced by Ted Balaker.
Running time: 76 seconds
How to Go Green and Mean It Alex Matthiessen, president of Riverkeeper, says that unless a realistic, responsible national energy policy can keep it current, green may prove to be a passing fad.
Running time: 314 seconds
Yann Martel on Why Politicians Should Read WatchMojo speaks with award-winning author Yann Martel about the importance of reading, and what impact it may have on politics and world leaders.
Running time: 207 seconds
The History of America's Involvement with Iraq Derek Chollet, deputy director of Policy Planning at the State Department, says the time period after the fall of the Berlin Wall is crucial to understanding the fall of the Twin Towers.
Running time: 386 seconds
The Future of Intervention Derek Chollet, deputy director of Policy Planning at the State Department, says the UN is not yet prepared to handle international crises, leading Derek Chollet to consider McCain's plan for a new international organization.
Running time: 473 seconds
The Implications of the Gulf War Derek Chollet, deputy director of Policy Planning at the State Department, explains the implications of the controversial decision to not invade Baghdad in 1991.
Running time: 151 seconds
The Reasons for George Bush Sr.'s Reelection Failure Derek Chollet, deputy director of Policy Planning at the State Department, says the end of the Cold War left Americans unconcerned about foreign policy, and the Democrats used this to their advantage.
Running time: 198 seconds
The Identity of America's Enemies Derek Chollet, deputy director of Policy Planning at the State Department, says the organization of the American government can make foreign policy difficult to execute, therefore Clinton's foreign policy is even more admirable.
Running time: 89 seconds
The Power of the Israeli Lobby Dennis Ross, special advisor at the U.S. State Department, says Mearshimer and Walt's book on the Israeli lobby has an ideologically-driven, rather than fact-based approach.
Running time: 202 seconds