Links Index

 

Public Policy Links

Alphabetically arranged links to various think tanks, organizations, institutes, etc., addressing topics such as: capitalism, cultural and political institutions, economic freedom, fiscal and economic policy, foreign policy, government waste, free market environmentalism, free trade, freedom, health scares, individual freedoms and individual rights, liberty, limited government, national defense, original intent of the framers of the Constitution, political freedom, privacy, private alternatives to government regulation and control, private enterprise, private property, reduction of government intervention, traditional moral values, United Nations threats to American national sovereignty.


Reference Links

Alphabetically arranged links to various resources addressing topics such as: A user’s guide to the Declaration of Independence, history, libertarian philosophy, petitions to our government, misuse and politicization of science, public policy organizations, regulatory studies, rights when serving as trial jurors, US Constitution, US Debt Clock, vexillography, Western philosophy.

 


Advocacy Links

Alphabetically arranged links to various advocacy organizations, groups, etc., on such as: anti-asset forfeiture laws, motorcyclists’ rights, parental choice in education, private property rights, pro-self-defense, pro-Second Amendment, restoring the principles of the Declaration of Independence, right-to-die, self-government, tax reform, traditional family values, Judeo-Christian principles.



n.b.

Whereas most of the 100+ links fit nicely into the categories where I have them listed, some of the links could arguably be listed in two, or all three, of the categories. It could also be argued that some links in one category are misplaced and should be listed in another category, or deleted altogether. Mea culpa. Your indulgence is requested, and would be appreciated.

Each Links page (i.e.,Public Policy Links page, Reference Links page, Advocacy Links page) contains two alphabetical listings of the links on the page: the first listing is link names only (no description of the links), and is followed by the second listing which is an alphabetical listing of links with descriptions. Thus, if you know the name of the link you wish to visit, you can find the link you need in the alphabretical list of links at the beginning of the page. If you need a description of the site, you can find that farther down on the page.

Descriptions following the link names are taken from the web sites, usually from the web’s "about us" section.

Many of the organizations listed provide a free subscription service for automatic email newsletters, updates , alerts, etc.

 


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