Fascist? I think not. To the idiot who says that this is fascist propaganda, he obviously has no idea what fascism is. This magazine is against the patriot act, pro drug legalization, wants the country to end the wars its embroiled in, pro free speech... Hardly fascist positions. As for the koch brothers comments.. Those people have no problem with Soros funded media.
Not Democrat and Not Republican If your tired of listening to the never ending tripe being dished out by the "mainstream" political parties, give yourself a break and read Reason. If you are afraid to have a different point of view then just call people names (fascist) or slander by association (Koch Bros) and slink away. If you want to hear some fresh ideas for social and individual freedom this is the place.
Trinity Hampton is a big government idiot Reason is a good libertarian news publication. This Trinity Hampton knows nothing about the ideas of libertarianism. She should read Milton Friedman, Ayn Rand, F. A. Hayek, Adam Smith, and John Locke to understand that libertarianism is right wing when it comes to economic issues, but left wing on personal issues. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness Forever. Capitalism at its best.
Nevermind the reviews of non readers... I've been reading Reason for the last couple years. I have never found a magazine that makes arguments so well with meaningful interpretation, solid statistics, and asking the right questions. I don't always agree; I have a love/hate thing with Nick Gillespie. There is no defense of one single ideology. This is not for liberals, conservatives, Republicans, or Democrats. This is for people with free minds drawing rational conclusions from well-laid facts and logical arguments.
Excellent publication As others have noted, the trolls have clearly never read Reason. Great independent viewpoint if you are sick of the usual two party garbage being spewed in big media.
The detractors that wrote "reviews" clearly do not understand politics. Reason is an excellent periodical for unbiased news and perspectives. It eschews the Left v Right political mud slinging and sticks to what's important, all the while treating the reader with respect enough to not spoon feed them misinformation.
As America’s oldest weekly and independently published magazine, The Nation speaks to an engaged audience as a champion of civil liberties, human rights, and economic justice. The Nation breaks down critical issues with lively editorials, in-depth investigative reporting and analyses, as well as award-winning arts coverage. Ed. by Katrina vanden Heuvel