Online Library of Liberty
Stossel in the Classroom - FREE! resources for teachers.
Streaming video downloads
2009 Home Page
2008 Home Page
Education Without the State (pdf)
Economic Thinking posts on various debate topics (click to go to AstoundingIdeas blog sites below):
• Economics of U.S. Middle East policy.
• Realm of Economics: freedom vs. equity.
• Economics of federal electronic surveillance.
• Economics of ocean exploration and development.
Economic Thinking Workshops Schedule
(Updated August 31)
NCFCA - economic of U.S./Mideast policy & freedom/equity
Stoa - economics of federal electronic surveillance
• October 6, Morgantown, PA (NCFCA)
• October 24, Huntsville Alabama (Stoa)
• October 25, Atlanta, Georgia (NCFCA)
• November 8, Portland/Beaverton (CCNW-electronic surveillance)
Public school/NFL (economics of ocean exploration and development)
• November 1, UIL at UT-Austin
• November 15, UIL at UT-Arlington
• Last year's NFL topic: Updated Economic Engagement with Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela Study Guide (9-page pdf).
AstoundingIdeas Blog for Stoa Marine Natural Resources topic.
Sample flyers below from fall NCFCA and Stoa Economic Thinking Workshops. Schedule of workshops here.
Earlier presentations below...
Schedule for 2013 Stoa and NCFCA Economic Thinking workshops.
FEE Tournament 2010 from Cody Min on Vimeo.
Notes and Videos on Stoa debate topic resolution:
• Economics of Marine Natural Resources
Economic Thinking workshops are offered on the economics of federal transportation infrastructure, U.N. reform or abolish, and foreign military/policy reform.
Fall Economic Thinking Workshops
Workshop schedule on homeschool page here: http://economicthinking.org/homeschool/
Economics in a Box economics course
The Third Edition of Economics in a Box is now available. www.economicsinabox.com/
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Global Economics Co-author, Greg Rehmke, helps make global economics understandable.
The Devils Footpath DVD The Devil's Footpath takes June Arunga, a 22-year-old law student, on an amazing journey from Cairo to Capetown. A film both heartrending and inspiring.
(review by Grassroots institute).
Films about liberty and freedom