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Friday, May 15, 2009

Beginner Resources

By E-Mail, someone asked:

What are some good resources for someone who's a newcomer to the freedom movement?

- There's my blog (duh).
- You can look at my "Google Reader Shared Items" for other blogs I find interesting.
- You can look at my "Reader Mail" posts and see what other blogs I refer to.
- The various Ron Paul forums have a mixture of interesting content and trolling. I've been looking at dailypaul.com, because a bunch of people were citing my blog and it drove a lot of traffic.
- Mises.org has some good bits, but also a lot of pro-State trolling.
- LewRockwell has some good bits, but he also has a large volume of mediocre material.
- Freedomain has some good bits, but I find him a bit longwinded.
- No Third Solution has some good bits.

2 comments:

Steven Shaw said...

I reckon Mises.org LewRockwell.com and FreedomainRadio.com are excellent resources. I'd have to agree that Molyneux is sometimes very windy :). I'm not sure that the forums are really worthwhile at either Mises Institute or Freedomain.

What books would you recommend to newbies?

LibertyTiger said...

Liberty Radio Underground is a podcast dedicated to introducing the concepts of liberty to the uninitiated:
http://www.libertyradiounderground.com/

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