These sites are all recommended by various sources promoting freedom, individualism, or liberty. The words, "freedom," "individualism," and "liberty," will be found liberally sprinkled throughout the content of these sites, as though using the words actually made those sites about those principles. Most of these sites are not actually about individual freedom at all. By, "liberty," they mean some kind of social or political state; by, "freedom," they mean being able to act on any desire without responsibility; by, "individualism," they mean some supposed, "right," to any kind of behavior without consequence. None of which are either freedom or individualism.|
The categorization of sites is provided only as a guide, not as an evaluation. Some sites are listed under more than one category.
Sites in the, "Not Current," section are still available and will be of interest to those who study the online history of the so-called, "freedom movement."
For links to many more freedom and liberty resources see the, "Freedom Library," page.
For links to sites for research in all other categories, please see, "Research Resources," "Books," and, "Literature, Books, Authors—Lists."
•Individual Sites and Blogs
•News, Aticles, and Editorials
•Forums •Single Issues and Categories:|
–Business and Industry
–Environment and Climate
–Internet and Electrictronic
–Money, Finance, Economy
•Freedom and Individualism
•Survivalists, Preppers, Off-Grid, and Homesteading
•Firearms, Self Defense, Security
•Freedom Fringes—Past and Present
Liberty and freedom movements always attract crackpots and scam artists. There are always a lot of stange so-called, "freedom," schemes. Perhaps 95% of the sites listed have questionable aspects. The links in this section are just a little more, "fringy," than the others.
- Kurt Saxon's Preparedness Web Pages [Not Current] —Kurt Saxon—individualist, freedom advocate, survivalist, racist, anti-semitic.
- Survival Plus—Kurt Saxon
- Survivalist Resources—William H. Kennedy [Not Current] Lots of links to: Kurt Saxon. Euell Gibbons. Scott Nearing. Don Stephens. Harry Browne, Edward Abbey, Abbie Hoffman, Stephen Gaskin, Physical Fitness, Survivalist Foods, Natural Remedies, Alternative Energy, Communes Guide, Debt Management, Homesteading USA, No-Work Movement, Midwifery Resources, Hand to Hand Combat, Firearms, Free Speech, Legal Issues and Civil Rights, Marijuana and Drug Use Rights, Accelerated Learning, and Home Schooling.
- Neothink Society?—Mark Hamilton (Wallace H. Ward) [Not current] [Hamilton promotes Neo-Tech (or "Neothink") is an offshoot of Ayn Rand's Objectivism started by Mark's father, Wallace Ward (Frank R. Wallace) as, "Integrated Management Associates." At one time supported over 49 websites, of which all the following still exist:
[A number of freedom advocates (libertarians, Objectivists, and Volunatariasts) were taken in by Hamilton, like Carl Watner who published "BUSINESSMEN versus NEOCHEATERS" in Hamilton's Black and White Publishing Company, Neo-Tech Research and Writing Center
Las Vegas, Nevada.]
- LYBERTY.COM, very odd anti-technology view of liberty.
- Build Freedom—Frederick Mann [Not current] as it looks now, but these are the original sites:
- Sovereign Man—Simon Back (pseudonym) Says it is commited, "to personal freedom," and it will only cost you $195, $995, or $1955 a year to learn how. [A more polished version of Frederick Mann.]