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In Wichita, we see another example of how once government starts a surveillance program, the urge to expand it is irresistible.
In Wichita, we see another example of how once government starts a surveillance program, it probably won't produce the promised results, yet will be expanded.
The political left's campaign to silence opponents and reorder society in accordance with their personal beliefs is in many ways the single greatest threat to America's experiment in self-governance, writes Mark Holden.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation achieves a victory for free speech and free association.
A series of short videos from the Independent Institute entertains and teaches lessons at the same time.
Not to be confused with modern American liberalism or liberal Republicans, classical liberalism places highest value on liberty and the individual.
Can classical liberalism, that is to say modern libertarianism, provide an alternative to the command and control society of today?
David J. Theroux, founder and president of The Independent Institute and the C.S. Lewis Society of California, discusses the writings of C.S. Lewis and Lewis's views on liberty, natural law and statism.
In honor of our nation's birthday, a slideshow of photographs of fireworks that I have taken.
From The Independent Institute, an important video on current and future issues relating to freedom and liberty
Described as "An introduction to the core principles that define a free society," I highly recommend this short book.
Zoltan Kesz, founder of the Free Market Foundation in Hungary, speaks to a luncheon gathering at the Wichita, Kansas Pachyderm Club.
The rise of racism and nationalism in Hungary is a serious problem,
Last night I was recognized by the Kansas Policy Institute with the John J. Ingalls Spirit of Freedom Award. Following are my remarks I delivered to the audience.
Edited by Dr. Tom G. Palmer, "Why Liberty" features articles from experts in the fields of policy, academia, business, media, and student organizing.
In a short video, Nigel Ashford of Institute for Humane Studies explains the tenets of classical liberalism.
As we approach another birthday of Milton Friedman, here's his column from Newsweek in 1982 that explains that despite good intentions, the result of government intervention often harms those it is intended to help.
In an effort to control crime in Old Town, Wichita is importing the police surveillance state. Once camera use has started, it is likely to spread.
The harm of central planning to human nature is explained.