Featured in the latest edition of the Freedom's Phoenix e-zine, this essay combines the perspectives and methods of two liberty activists, Rebekah Johansen and Meghan Kellison. If you aren't subscribed to the zine yet, please consider, but also enjoy
How much evolution does one need to mind one's own business and keep one's hands to one's self? One can glean that from simple observation.
Let's face it, those of us who have the patience and interest to obsess and nitpick over every imaginable aspect of a voluntary society, or discuss Austrian economics for hours on end, are not "normal."
In France, the libertarian movement is small. Many people turn to socialism, communism or nationalism according to the result of the last presidential election.
There are many different types of people that come to PorcFest. Some are scholars in economics, politics and science. Some are artists and agorists-in-action selling and trading food and wares.
Sanjiv's article on the Ron Paul Revolution from a European perspective has just hit the shelves in Europe but is not available here in the United States. Ernest interviews Sanjiv for over an hour and a half about a world wide R3VOLution.
Government keeps growing -- and freedom keeps shrinking -- because we fail to make the moral case for free enterprise. "We are not in an economic battle for the future of America. We are in a moral battle."
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Richard Ebeling
After I began work as a professor, in 1968, I gravitated quickly from my collegiate New Leftism toward classical liberalism. As I learned more about Austrian economics, political economy, public choice, and history, I became increasingly libertarian
The Cato Institute's co-founder and president, Edward Crane, has been forced out by the libertarian organization’s board of directors, according to inside sources. John A. Allison, former chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation, will take over.
Three recent books on libertarianism... although they are quite different as to their nature and purpose, have one thing in common: the word libertarian in their title.
Incendiary terms to describe the president paint a portrait of a superhero or super-villain depending on your political affiliation. However, they stand in that way of a logical critique of his policies and actions, and the truth of who he really is.
The initiation of force (or threats thereof or fraud) should be the only real crime in society. Currently, those in the organization known as government charge and sentence people for many "crimes" that have no victims or complaining party
Just flipped on fox news(surfing channels) Hannity happens to be doing a preview showing Penn's recent rant about Obama an the drug war.
That Tea Party extremist nut Rand Paul is at it again. First, he was the only U.S. Senator to openly speak out against renewal of the PATRIOT Act. Then he promised should it become necessary, he’d wage a filibuster to block SOPA. He raised holy hell
People naturally tend to think and believe what people around them think and believe. And when people spend so much time in front of the television, the people they are "around" are the fictional characters in the movies and TV shows they watch.
Liberty calls for sacrifices to be made individually, each of us is guaranteed to work hard if we desire to maintain personal liberty. However, as can be seen in various locations in New Mexico, at least the people are being supported by the local la
Some say they've always held particularly individualist values and have always just thought it was all common sense. But many others have radically changed their viewpoint, sometimes even from radical socialism or conservatism.
Frederic Bastiat’s masterpiece, though, is “The Law” where he maps out a classic blueprint for a free society. In doing so, the Frenchman defines law and government and the meaning of just government.
Cries from the left have declared that the GOP is waging a "War on Women." Alternately, the GOP claims the same of the other side. Are women's rights under attack? Can free contraception coverage provided by the state be considered part of women's ri
The Mark Winsor Show with Special Guest, "Attorney for Freedom" Marc Victor Recorded on 4/17/2012
Frequently I am asked by inquisitive libertarians or libertarian-leaning individuals of what organization I recommend, and my answer is always the same: The Future of Freedom Foundation.
Although I sympathize with political Libertarians, I do not count myself among them. On the other hand, I do not believe there is or can exist a centralized plan for freedom. I have come to believe there are two groups of people; those who coerce oth
Property rights are a tool that would best serve the interest of a tribe’s specific environmental concerns rather than depending on a government agency (Environmental Protection Agency) to allow “acceptable” amounts pollution and damage to property
One comes away from this interview, in our view, energized by a vision that is held by a man who is a builder not a tearer-down. He's built a family, a number of businesses and held onto a vision of a freer society where his sort of ambitions and rea
It seems the control freaks are getting worried that more and more Americans are starting to think freedom is a good idea. So brace yourself for a wave of Orwellian statist propaganda.
I was interviewed on the Angel Clark show. It was excellent! It was a live show broadcast on the Liberty Radio Network, Ron Paul Radio, and the RadioFreedom.us feeds, and is available in the show archive and via iTunes. I invite you to listen.
Although most libertarians and classical liberals are champions of human (individual) liberty, the reasons they give vary.
In his effort to redefine conservative success in Congress, 31-year-old freshman Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) invites comparison with the House’s best-known libertarian — Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas).