Third-party presidential candidate Gary Johnson makes the case for voting Libertarian in 2016.
The contestants craft convincing rallying cries for the anti-marijuana lobby.
The panelists explain why decriminalizing prostitution is better for sex workers than legalization.
The panelists talk about marijuana's rising popularity among senior citizens in the U.S.
An NFL player pushes to lift a ban on marijuana, and Colorado's pot industry funds scholarships.
Chris Rock explains why he thinks crack should be legal.
Holly Walker discusses a push to allow the use of marijuana to treat menstrual pain in New Jersey.
The panelists debate the effectiveness of political pandering during the 2016 presidential race.
Larry considers a tempting opportunity to legalize a crime.
Roy Wood Jr. investigates the proposed legalization of betting on elections.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez get lit over Ohio voters' rejection of legal marijuana.
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
Legalized marijuana could have a powerful effect on the GOP presidential debate in Colorado.
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After noticing that everyone around him seems to have developed a weed habit, David decides to give smoking pot a try.
The panelists discuss a Jewish group's hiring of Mexican laborers to protest a gay pride parade.
America gets in the rainbow spirit after the Supreme Court rules 5-4 in favor of gay marriage.
GOP hopefuls Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump take a harsh stance against marriage equality.
Larry celebrates marriage equality with help from the New York City Gay Men's Chorus.
Taking a cue from Ben & Jerry's, the comics make ice cream flavors that mirror our cultural climate.
The panelists suggest progressive catchphrases that Arnold Schwarzenegger can use in daily life.