I recently appeared on the Foreign Policy Focus podcast to talk about government overreach in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kyle Anzelone had a pretty frank discussion on the struggle between resisting government authoritarianism while also making common-sense decisions to protect yourself and others in a pandemic, focusing specifically on the Kentucky governor’s shutdown of churches. We also talked about the value of decentralization during a crisis and the inevitable expansion of government during an “emergency.” We wrapped up talking about the ever-growing police state in the U.S. and how a crisis gives the government an excuse to use it.

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