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- Ideology : An organized set of ideas and ways of understanding the world, usually normative, and often on political, economic, ethical or philosophical subjects.
- Politics : Activity that relates to the way in which society is governed, and the process by which human beings living in communities make decisions and establish obligatory values for its members.
- Michael Badnarik : Libertarian Party (US) Presidential Candidate; guest, Political Cesspool
- Frederic Bastiat : Add brief definition or description
- Harry Browne : Libertarian Party (U.S.) presidential candidate in 1996 and 2000, investment adviser and author of a number of books on libertarian advocacy: How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, Why Government Doesn't Work.
- Cato Institute : Libertarian think tank
- Free State Project : American political movement which aims to move 20,000 libertarian activists to New Hampshire so that they can have greater influence on local and state affairs.
- Milton Friedman : Capitalist, libertarian economist and political theorist and winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics.
- Friedrich Hayek : (1899–1992) Austrian School economist and political philosopher who argued for free-market capitalism.
- Robert A. Heinlein : (1907–88) American author of science fiction; wrote Stranger in a Strange Land.
- Libertarian Party (US) : United States libertarian political party founded in 1971. Presidential candidates have included Harry Browne, Bob Barr, Ron Paul and Michael Badnarik.
- Robert Nozick : (1938–2002) American political philosopher, known for Anarchy, State, and Utopia, which espoused libertarianism, minarchism and capitalism.
- Ron Paul : (1935–) libertarian U.S. Representative (R-Texas) and physician; sought Republican Presidential candidacy in 2008; father of Rand Paul; advisory board and national chair, 1996, Republican Liberty Caucus
- Rand Paul : 2010 U.S. Republican Party candidate for U.S. Senate from Kentucky, identified with the Tea Party Movement, libertarianism and constitutional conservatism; son of Ron Paul and named for Ayn Rand
- Justin Raimondo : Editorial Director and Columnist, AntiWar.com; Adjunct Scholar with the Ludwig von Mises Institute; Senior Fellow at the Center for Libertarian Studies, writer for Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture
- Ayn Rand : (1905-82) Russian-born novelist, nowadays credited as the founder of the philosophical movement called Objectivism; wrote Atlas Shrugged, The Fountainhead etc
- Republican Liberty Caucus : Formed in 1991, an interest group supportive of "individual liberty, limited government, and free enterprise within the Republican Party"; not a Congressional caucus
- Murray Rothbard : Add brief definition or description
- Ludwig von Mises : Add brief definition or description
- Anarchism : Doctrine that all forms of government are undesirable and should be abolished.
- Anarchocapitalism : Add brief definition or description
- Capitalism : Economic system based on the private ownership of resources and industry for the purpose of profit.
- Liberalism : Economic and political doctrine advocating free enterprise, free competition and free will.
- Objectivism : Philosophical system, created by Ayn Rand, which holds that reason and the knowledge of objective reality leads to an ethic of rational self-interest and libertarian capitalism.
- Paleoconservatism : A branch of American conservatism that stresses tradition, civil society, classical federalism and the heritage of traditional Christian civilization, and opposed socialism, the Eisenhower "New Deal" and neoconservatism; Patrick Buchanan is prominent
- Zeitgeist (movie) : A 2007 conspiracy theorist web film produced by Peter Joseph.