Here are some links that I like, in no particular order.
They're not all "strictly Libertarian", but they're still interesting:
The International Society for Individual Liberty
They are a network of individuals and associations in over 80 countries dedicated to building a free and peaceful world through the ideals of free markets, social tolerance and individual responsibility. Their philosophy of liberty, which is catching on world wide, is called "Libertarianism." For a great animated illustration of Libertarianism, click here.
The Advocates for Self-Government
A nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organization dedicated to helping individuals encounter, evaluate and embrace the ideas of liberty. They are the originators of "The World's Smallest Political Quiz."
The Cato Institute
The Cato Institute was founded in 1977 by Edward H. Crane. It is a non-profit public policy research foundation headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Institute is named for Cato's Letters, a series of libertarian pamphlets that helped lay the philosophical foundation for the American Revolution.
The Simon Jester Project
Here you will find a variety of downloadable "Simon Jester Projects" and ideas so that you can join in the fun, annoy the government and do your bit to fight for freedom.
The Hoover Institution
The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, is a public policy research center devoted to advanced study of politics, economics, and political economyboth domestic and foreignas well as international affairs. With its world-renowned group of scholars and ongoing programs of policy-oriented research, the Hoover Institution puts its accumulated knowledge to work as a prominent contributor to the world marketplace of ideas defining a free society. Uncommon KnowledgeTM, Hoover's public affairs television series provides informed discussion on current public policy issues from a decidedly "outside the beltway" perspective.
Bureaucrash is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation dedicated to fighting the increase of government control over our lives. Their international network of pro-freedom activists works to change the political ideology of our generation through creative activism. While most youth politics supports the growth of the already bloated government bureaucracy, they fight for personal freedom, free trade and limited government. And they have great T-shirts, too.
The Institute for Justice
The Institute for Justice is our nation's only libertarian public interest law firm. Since their founding in 1991, they have earned a national reputation for their uniquely effective approach to public interest law. They combine cutting-edge litigation with coordinated media relations and community outreach to advance a rule of law under which individuals can control their own destinies as free and responsible members of society.
The Free State Project
These people make a lot of sense- a Libertarian winning a Presidential election is not going to happen any time soon, so let's try it one state at a time... starting with New Hampshire.
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Inc.
FIRE is a nonprofit educational foundation devoted to free speech, individual liberty, religious freedom, the rights of conscience, legal equality, due process, and academic freedom on our nation's campuses.
The Truth About Cuba
Here's an eye-opening site for anyone who get all romantic about Castro's Cuba. Remember, when you visit Cuba, they only let you see what they want you to see.
Non-partisan democracy promoters. A bit too much belief in "big government" and NGO's, but at least they're not enamored with Leftist dictators.
I'm not sure why Irshad calls herself a Leftist, (as do many of my friends), since those who question authority under Leftist regimes often find themselves in prison or dead.
This is where I direct my women friends for Libertarian ideas on women's issues.
Gun Owners Of America
We need them because the NRA is just too willing to compromise. Imagine if the ACLU was willing to compromise on free speech.
Paxton Quigley has taught security tactics (with and without guns) to thousands of women and couples in her seminars WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT IN THE 90's, and to millions more in her bestselling books ARMED & FEMALE and NOT AN EASY TARGET.
There are now over 35 Pink Pistols chapters nationwide, and more are starting up every day. They are dedicated to the legal, safe, and responsible use of firearms for self-defense of the sexual-minority community. Self-defense is a RIGHT.
The Center for Consumer Freedom
A nonprofit coalition supported by restaurants, food companies, and consumers working together to promote personal responsibility and protect consumer choices.
Not Libertarian, but applying the skeptical method of inquiry to politics could lead one to being Libertarian. Michael Shermer, the editor of Skeptic magazine, seems to think that Objectivism is a "cult of personality". I've never read Ayn Rand, partly because of the pedestal her followers seem to put her on. We respect Hayek, Freidman, and others, but the fawning over Rand always had a creepy feeling to it.
Library of Economics and Liberty
Good information source. I like their explanation of unintended consequences.
A good source for many things Libertarians might be interested in: Homeschooling, Legislation, Health, Elections, Computer viruses... and more I haven't even scratched the surface.
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