Principles of Liberty

These animated videos demonstrate the principles of a truly free life. This is a good place to start and suitable for all ages.

I, Pencil: The Movie – A beautiful film about the ‘symphony of human activity’.

I  Pencil  The Movie   YouTube

A film from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, adapted from the 1958 essay by Leonard E. Read. For more about I, Pencil, visit Once you've finished watching the … [Read more...]

Philosophy of Liberty: Plunder – Animated Video

The Philosophy of Liberty  Plunder   YouTube

In this follow up video to The Philosophy of Liberty: Property, we explore Frederic Bastiat's concept of Legal Plunder. Is it ever OK for government to steal your stuff and give it to someone else? Or … [Read more...]

Is It Okay To Use Force? Animated Video That Encourages Critical Thinking

George Ought to Help   YouTube

This video is entitled, George Ought To Help. An examination into the use of force and the act violence used against peaceful people for a democratic end. Free PDF books: 'For a New … [Read more...]

The Philosophy of Liberty: Property – Who Owns You?

The Philosophy of Liberty  Property   YouTube

Who Owns You? Does anyone other than you have the right to tell you what you can do to your body, or with your property? This video explores the fundamental concepts of Frederic Bastiat and John Locke … [Read more...]

Philosophy of Liberty: Self Ownership – Animated Video

The Philosophy of Liberty   YouTube

The philosophy of liberty is based on self-ownership. This simple but elegant and hard-hitting animation will explain exactly what that means. It's a great tool anyone can use to educate children and … [Read more...]