Todd Seavey wants a small government and for people to do what they want with their own bodies and property, he said in his interview with Reason.tv.
Seavey, a comic book writer based in New York who previously produced for John Stossel and contributes to Splice Today, became a Libertarian when he went to Brown University in the 1980s.
“The experience of having everybody around me on campus say the left is the way to go and then…seeing communism collapse made me think maybe the libertarians have a better handle on how these things work,” Seavey, author of the new book Libertarianism for Beginners, told Reason.tv. “While the Soviet Union existed, the Marxists on campus were rooting for the Soviet Union.”
Sheena McFarland has worked in the communication field for more than a decade. She currently is a communications specialist for The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, telling the stories of students, faculty and staff through traditional and new media. She continues to freelance for The Salt Lake Tribune, where she was a reporter and editor, covering topics ranging from education to government to astronomy. She graduated from the University of Utah with a communication degree and minors in French and biology teaching.