Chris Spangle, Greg Lenz, and Brett “Never” Bittner walk our listeners through the libertarian movement. See our guide to the libertarian movement here. See Libertarianism.com here. See the Path to Libertarianism here. Visit the Advocates for Self-Government here. Hear the first episode, The Basics of the Libertarianism, here.
Chris Spangle, Greg Lenz, and Brett Bittner outline the foundational principles of libertarianism. See Libertarianism.com here. See the Path to Libertarianism here. Visit the Advocates for Self-Government here. Hear the second episode, The Basics of the Libertarian Movement, here. Click here for the Marshall Fritz speech mentioned. What is a libertarian? Libertarianism seems like a complex political […]
What is a libertarian? Libertarianism seems like a complex political philosophy. It isn’t difficult to understand. It comes down to three big ideas. If you haven’t been through our guide to the libertarian philosophy, The Path to Libertarianism, then please check it out here. Before you think through these ideas, take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz. Retake […]
Libertarianism seems like a complex political philosophy. It isn’t difficult to understand. It comes down to three big ideas. Before you think through these ideas, take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz. Retake it afterwards to see if you have moved closer to the top of the diamond. You might be surprised to be in the libertarian […]
Think deeper about the quiz by visiting here. Or go to the first big idea on the path to libertarianism.
If you’re on this page, you’ve take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz. It is a simple, 10 question quiz designed to help you narrow your political point of view. It takes issues of the day to clarify where you are stand politically. The world of politics today is clouded and confused with hundreds of opinions, […]
Ok… You might be thinking, “Government is force? Taxation is theft? This sounds a little far fetched.” But isn’t history the struggle of humans to earn freedom from those that wish to control them? Mark Skousen once said, “The triumph of persuasion over force is the sign of a civilized society.” This fun video shows […]
In a world of self-government, how is the world ordered? Take a look at the video below, or think about the statements below: Consider a simple pencil, and the sum of its parts. There is the wood, rubber, metal, and the graphite in the middle. If all of the parts were on the table […]
Libertarians aren’t hard to understand. David Boaz in his book Libertarianism: A Primer outlines the key concepts of the philosophy: Individualism, Individual Rights, Spontaneous Order, The Rule of Law, Limited Government, Free Markets, the Virtue of Production, the Natural harmony of interests, and Peace. (Read his description here.) These are the foundational principles outlined in […]
By David Bergland Here are some frequently asked questions about political issues. Each question is followed by a short, typical response from a liberal, a conservative, and a libertarian. Because all liberals and conservatives do not think alike, the responses listed for them are naturally subject to challenge. However, I’ve tried to be fair — […]
(By Harry Browne – Originally Published by WorldNetDaily.com in 2001.) It can be instructive to look at the breakthrough products of the past two centuries – items that have transformed the daily life of human beings from bare subsistence into comfort and even luxury. Just think how much harder life would be without the telephone, automobiles, […]
(By Marshall Fritz, Founder of the Advocates for Self-Government Originally published in The Fresno Bee, Sunday, September 4, 1988.) David Nolan felt politically homeless. His friend Jill had a nice home on the political left, where she favored free speech and other personal freedoms. And his friend Harry had a comfortable home on the right-wing, […]
The world is full of of individuals interacting each other. And how do you put your principles at work when interacting with others? Watch this video, or think about the questions below. Thanks to the Foundation for Harmony and Prosperity for use of this video. What are your personal principles? What is your fundamental […]