“When taxes are too high, people go hungry. When the government is too intrusive, people lose their spirit."
- Lau-tzu, Tao Te Ching
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Have you had a chance to explore the Liberty Library? Over the last several months we have built out the Liberty Library with hundreds of hand-selected articles and videos on the topics of individual liberty and sound economics. Please take a few minutes to visit the new Liberty Library and share this resource with your friends.
"Liberty is indivisible. Economic freedom is as important as personal or political freedom, because the personal, the political, and the economic are strands of the same braid: liberty. Thus, the only way to achieve and protect a free society is to defend liberty in all its forms." Read More...
For years now, we have endured a barrage of bad news: businesses going belly-up, people losing their jobs and homes, government debt soaring. It didn’t have to be this way. The Austrian School presents the most coherent explication of the economic relations among men and—more so than any other system today—lays out economic guidelines that offer real prospects for prosperity worldwideRead More...
Liberty Out Loud Podcast
On 12/12, Jason was interviewed on the Gadsen Rising radio program by Libby Gadsen & Mary Lou Van Houten about the Federal Reserve, government, markets, and the history of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Liberty Academy offers learning paths to help you navigate the ideas of liberty through specific disciplines. Each learning path contains about 10 lessons in a suggested order. Each lesson has four parts: a video, suggested resources, questions, and a discussion area.
What Has Government Done to Our Money? - Murray Rothbard (1962) - It details the history of money, from early barter systems, to the gold standard, to present-day systems of paper money. Rothbard explains how money was originally developed, and why gold was chosen as the preferred commodity to use as money.
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