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Libertarians, Independents, Reason.com, Nick Gillespie, Limited Government Supporters, Limited Government, Politics, Small Government, Reason Editor

Editor in Chief of Reason.com/Reason.tv, Nick Gillespie Back for Powerful, Thought Provoking CYInterview You Won’t Want to Miss: Opinions on the President-Elect, The State of America, Its Politics and Future, More

The 2016 election cycle was particularly contentious. Now, by all outward appearances, it seems as if the incoming president elect will not enjoy a honeymoon period with either the press or, if polls are to be believed, with a large segment of the American public.

The United States of America faces a host of challenges and many people are looking for fresh ideas and innovative ways of dealing with those challenges. Enter libertarians.

Nick Gillespie is the Editor in Chief of Reason.com and Reason.tv. He has joined us previously on CYInterview, to share his brand of unique and erudite insight into American politics and social evolution. Well, Nick is back and we are glad he is.

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Nick Gillespie, Reason Editor, Libertarians, Independents, Libertarian 2013, Libertarians 2013

A Man of Reason: Reason’s Editor in Chief Nick Gillespie Weighs in on Some of the Nation’s Most Vexing Issues with Fairness, Facts and Food for Thought

2013 has kicked off with two main political conversations in the United States. One concerns the nation’s finances – the so called fiscal cliff – and the other

Libertarians, Independents, Reason.com, Nick Gillespie, Limited Government Supporters, Limited Government, Politics, Small Government, Reason Editor

A Man of Reason: Nick Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief of Reason.com and ReasonTV and Author, with Matt Welch, of The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What’s Wrong with America, Talks the Future and Allure of Small “L” Libertarianism, the State of the Nation and What America Needs to do to Get on the Right Track

For those who believe the Obama/Biden and Romney/Ryan presidential tickets are far left and far right, the question to be asked is, “What do you do if you’re

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