The Washington Post recently noted that he has teamed with Reason TV, linked to the libertarian think tank Reason Foundation, to create short rap parody videos.
Says the Washington Post:
He has lampooned the “Occupy Wall Street” movement, the debt ceiling, Jay Z and Beyoncé’s Cuban vacation, and, most recently, Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal. One of his catchier spoofs, “Tap It: The NSA Slow Jam,” satirizes the National Security Agency’s electronic-surveillance program.Here is the debt ceiling rap video mentioned in the article above, and here is the one on Anthony Weiner. Here is one called the TSA Pokey Pokey. Here is one called Why They Fought. Here is one called The Equality Song. Here is the one called Jay-Z's Cuba State of Mind.
The Reason Foundation, based in Los Angeles, California, publishes the magazine Reason. That magazine was first published in 1968, and the Reason Foundation was created in 1978. The think tank also has an office in Washington, DC.
David Nott has served as Reason Foundation's President since 2001. Previous presidents of the think tank include Reason founder Robert Poole, now director of transportation studies, and Lynn Scarlett, who left Reason in 2001 and served as Assistant Secretary of Policy, Management and Budget at the Department of the Interior for the George W. Bush Administration.