1. Lew Rockwell.
5. Lions of Liberty.
7. Scott Horton.org.
8. Libertarian Institute.
9. Safe Haven for Liberty.
10. Acton Institute, For the Study of Religion & Liberty.
11. Jay Taylor Media.
12. Ron Paul Peace & Prosperity Institute.org.
13. The Tenth Amendment Center.
14. Cop Block.
15. Tom Woods’ Liberty Classroom.
16. Tom Woods Podcasts.
17. Cafe Hayek, Don Bourdeaux’s site.
18. The Future of Freedom Foundation with Jacob Hornberger as president. Here is that site’s reading list.
19. The Libertarian Angle with Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebling.
20. Foundation for Economic Education, FEE.
21. Independent Institute.
22. Stephan Kinsella.
23. Robert Murphy.
24. Stephan Molyneux.
25. William Norman Grigg, a true lion of liberty.
26. The Cato Institute.
27. Benjamin Powell.
28. Thomas Sowell and his YouTube channel. And a few more articles thanks to Robert Wenzel. Thomas Sowell @ Liberty Pen. His interviews at the Hoover Institute. Thomas Sowell with Tony Brown Journal, one of my favorite television journals of all time. I thought that Tony Brown had a terrific voice. With Thomas Sowell, this speech is not a bad place to start. Be sure to read a few of his books. You’ll read all of them because you’ll find his logic and scholarship remarkable.
29. Richard A. Epstein. His interviews. And his books.
30. Lila Rajiva is a personal favorite of mine. Her site is down, but you can find her archived articles by searching her name at Lew Rockwell.com.
31. Robert Parry. And Consortium News.
32. David Stockman. And his Twitter page.
33. Fred Reed. Find him at Unz.com as well.
34. Eric Margolis is indispensable for any and every foreign policy entanglement. Here too.
35. Murray N. Rothbard.
36. Michael Scheuer, former CIA agent, and one of my favorite political writers.
37. Paul Gottfried, the Alt-Right Godfather? That tag is so meaningless, but his works are powerful. And he’s like the best historical/political writer around today.
38. James Bovard. His blog.