Cato Daily Podcast
United States v. Hansen
When are your words of mere encouragement to a friend criminal under federal law? Tommy Berry details a case that holds serious implications for freedom of speech.
Friday, May 26, 2023
Housing Markets and Housing First
Where do "housing first" policies to address homelessness succeed or fail? Vanessa Brown Calder is coauthor of a new Cato briefing paper examining several of these attempts to make permanent housing a prerequisite for other assistance. Briefing Paper: Housing Markets First: Housing Supply and Affordability Are Key to Reducing Homelessness
Thursday, May 25, 2023
Making the Broad Case for Liberty
Former Congressman Justin Amash, for a time the only Libertarian member of that body, discusses how he approaches making a compelling case for liberty and civil society. This conversation is from the Cato Institute's Benefactor Summit.