This is a personal compilation of web resources that are dedicated to or helpful to the exercise of liberty. If you would like to suggest a resource, please send me an e-mail.
Second Amendment / Gun Rights
Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) - While most gun rights organizations focus their efforts on lobbying Congress, the SAF focuses on the courts. They provide legal support to numerous cases around the country. They litigated for the groundbreaking McDonald vs. Chicago SCOTUS victory.
Gun Owners of America (GOA) - Legislative watchdog lobbies Congress and provides members with alerts and tools for getting pro-active politically. They are more consistent in defending gun rights, but are a newer and smaller organization than the NRA.
National Rifle Association (NRA) - Legislative watchdog lobbies Congress and provides members with alerts and tools for getting pro-active politically. They also have been at the forefront in promoting gun safety.
Keep and Bear Arms (KABA) - "Grassroots" organization that encourages members to be active in defending second amendment rights.
Ludwig von Mises Institute - The place to go to learn about the Austrian School of economics and libertarian political and social theory. Offers many essential books for free. Subscribe to their email list for daily alerts.
Gold Anti-Trust Association (GATA) - Bill Murphy, Ted Butler, Adrian Douglas, et. al. have been exposing issues in the gold and precious metals markets for years. Long considered a fringe conspiracy group, GATA has gained considerable credibility in the last year or so as many of their claims have been proven true.
Zero Hedge - Alternative news/opinion financial blog exposes shenanigans with the centrally planned economy. While there is a lot of noise in the comments, the coverage of important topics makes this site worth visiting several times each day.
The Daily Bell - News and articles from The Foundation for the Advancement of Free-Market Thinking (FAFMT).
Max Keiser - While Max is not pro-liberty per se (he often espouses some far left political ideals), he does a great job of highlighting financial issues that don't get covered anywhere else.
Electronic Frontier Foundation - Premier defender of free speech, privacy, and free market innovation for the digital age (ie. related to the internet/computing). The EFF litigates in the courts, publishes articles and offers tools for people to be pro-active in civil liberty issues.
American Civil Liberties Union - The ACLU has it's critics, but since 9/11, the ACLU has been active in fighting Dept. of Homeland Security abuses under the Patriot Act.
Ron Paul Forums (RPF) - This Ron Paul centric discussion forum is a community of pro-liberty activists and enthusiasts. You can find discussions on just about any topic here.
Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) - Promoting the philosophy and ideals of liberty in the Republican party. A great resource for Republicans who want to get politically active.
Oath Keepers - Non-partisan association of currently serving military, reserves, National Guard, veterans, Peace Officers, and Fire Fighters who take their oath to uphold the Constitution seriously. They vow to disobey blatantly unconstitutional orders.
The Independent Institute - Think tank that sponsors studies of major political, social, economic, legal, environmental and foreign policy issues. They have a library of articles in the Issues section of their site.
Thirty-Thousand.org - Dedicated to the principle of proportionally equitable representation. They advocate expanding the size of the House of Representatives to make individual representatives more accountable to their constituency, to lower barriers to entry (ie. cost) in running for office and to lessen the influence of corporate lobbyists.
Infowars - Alternative media site that takes a strong conspiratorial viewpoint to world events. While some may discount the site because it is associated with conspiracy monger Alex Jones, Infowars actually does a great job of highlighting and breaking news relevant to the fight for liberty.
The New American - Electronic archive of the biweekly print magazine dedicated to the support of the U.S. Constitution and the principles upon which our Constitution is based.