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ReasonTV is home of The Drew Carey Project and other original libertarian videos. Drew Carey hosts a series of video documentaries on ReasonTV that take a hard look at the variety of threats to our liberties -- and celebrate what it really means to be free.

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Awesome - watch them all

Yes, these are well produced and fun to watch. But wow!, they really show how freedom works. See how the world really runs and why freedom is usually the best answer. Thanks to Drew Carey for an excellent series. P.S. Sometimes iTunes only shows 2 episodes but if you subscribe you get them all (11 as of early March 2008)

Brain Food for Political Junkies

The brilliant work we've come to expect from Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch at Reason Magazine is mirrored here in short, penetrating interviews and documentaries. Unafraid to point out authoritarianism at work on the left or the right, they are happy to skewer dems and republicans equally; conversely, they're supportive of any one who is interested in advancing personal liberty in the realms of commerce, healthcare, sexuality or drug use. Non-extremist political thinkers will find wit and erudition in these snapshots of a world-view sorely missing from mainstream media and right-wing radio. Thank the universe for these "small l libertarians."

Really well done.

Well done programs. Very thought provoking. Present both sides of argument with little seeming bias. Thanks Drew and Nick!

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