A Practical Plan: Help Parents Remove Their Children from “Public Schools”

How Might the United States End School-by-Government and Return to Honest Education? Marshall Fritz — December, 2003 I believe the transition to Honest Education will be gradual in that we’ll do it one family at a time for several years, maybe decades. At some point, completely unpredictable, it will become obvious how much Honest Education benefits children and families, […]

The Minimum Wage Is Cruelest to Those Who Can’t Find a Job

By James A. Dorn This article appeared in Forbes.com on July 22, 2013. U.S. youth unemployment now stands at 16 percent for 16–24 year olds, 23 percent for teens, and a shocking 40 percent for black teens. More than 10 million young people are either unemployed or underemployed. Would increasing the federal minimum wage from $7.25 per hour […]

The Negative Effects of Minimum Wage Laws

By Mark Wilson June 21, 2012 The federal government has imposed a minimum wage since 1938, and nearly all the states impose their own minimum wages. These laws prevent employers from paying wages below a mandated level. While the aim is to help workers, decades of economic research show that minimum wages usually end up harming […]

The Stateless Society

By Stefan Molyneux An Examination of Alternatives If the Twentieth Century proved anything, it is that the single greatest danger to human life are the thugs of the centralized political State, who extinguished more than 170 million souls during the bloodiest rampage in recorded history. By any rational standard, modern States are the last and greatest […]

How to Win Political Arguments

Stefan Molyneux, author and host of Freedomain Radio describes the “Against Me” argument – the most powerful way to win political debates – and takes questions from audience members at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum.   More from Stefan Molyneux The Truth About Voting Ending the State in 30 Days The Handbook of Human Ownership – A Manual […]

National Defense and Foreign Policy

Robert Poole is one of the founders of the Reason Foundation (which publishes Reason Magazine), and served as its president and CEO from 1978 to 2000. He is currently director of transportation policy at the Reason Foundation and frequently writes about issues related to privatization. In this video from a Libertarian International conference in 1984, […]