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"The Internet is the Printing Press of the People"
Pundits & Political Figures:
I don't necessarily agree (or disagree) with all of these commentators, but they are interesting to listen to nonetheless and tend to cover important topics. As with anything, take these guys with a grain of salt and do your own homework!
Michael Badnarik - 2004 Libertarian Presidential Candidate.
Penn & Teller - famous magicians/escape artists with a Libertarian voice (I say they have a single voice, since Teller doesn't talk!).
Penn & Teller: Bullshit - P&T's exposé show on Showtime.
Neal Boortz - hawkish Libertarian talk show host.
Ron Paul - U.S. Representative from TX.
Harry Browne - 2000 Libertarian Presidential Candidate.
Larry Elder - Self styled "Republitarian".
Kenneth Vincent - Black Man With A Gun
Glenn Beck - independent conservative talk show host.
Sean Hannity - of Hannity & Colmes fame.
General Freedom/Liberty & Related Links:
If you think the Columbine tragedy means we need more gun laws,
read a victim's father's testimony to Congress.
Libertarian Party - the party that most closely resembles my way of thinking!
An Introduction to Libertarianism If you believe that "everyone should be free to do as they choose, so long as they don't infringe upon the equal freedom of others," you may be a Libertarian. Check out this site and find out!
Liberty Unbound Online Home Of Liberty Magazine
The Claremont Institute - to restore the principles of the American Founding to their rightful, preeminent authority in our national life.
Privacy First - sponsored by ZDNet AnchorDesk correspondent Jesse Berst.
Y? Forum If you really want to know something in particular about someone of a different religion, gender, race, age, class, geographic area, sexual orientation, occupation, etc., ask away.
Media Research Center - Works "to bring balance and responsibility to the news media."
General Law/Politics Links:
Magna Carta - English charter from year 1215, upon which much of the U.S. Constitution/Bill of Rights is based. "Magna Carta is a charter of ancient liberties guaranteed by a king to his subjects; the Constitution of the United States is the establishment of a government by and for 'We the People.'"
Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics - Filled with all manner of historical law documents and information, including some of the first known written laws.
The Whitehouse - Website of the President and Executive Branch of the United States
United States Code - The US Federal Code of Law, a rediculously hefty document.
Project on Government Secrecy - works to challenge excessive government secrecy and to promote public oversight.
Gun Cite A site explaining the 2nd Amendment, its original, gun control, etc.
MiningCo.com's Current Events - Gun Control page A site listing arguements for and against gun control.
The Noble Uses of Firearms by Alan Korwin
A Primer on the Constitutional Right to Keep and Bear Arms by Nelson Lund, J.D., Ph.D., George Mason University School of Law
Handgun Control, Inc. - The anti-gun lobby, which is opposed to carry permits for even law abiding citizens and other reasonable self-protection laws. Their arguments are quite laughable, really, and totally ignore self protection and the issue of the militia. I've included this link in the interest of debate; however, read their information and note that very little if any of their "statistics" give reference as to their source AND that many of their statements conflict with one another.
Phil Zimmerman - Critically acclaimed author of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption software.
Why do you need PGP? By Phil Zimmerman
PGP International - where to get PGP related software (both freeware and commercial products).
Internet Privacy & Security - Downloadable Tools & Info
The Swipe - Learn about increasingly hi-tech Driver's License privacy concerns here...
America's Library - from the U.S. Library of Congress