Libertarian Solutions 1.0 online learning course
What you'll learn
- How to effectively communicate the concepts of liberty, encourage widespread understanding of these essential ideas.
- How free markets bring great prosperity to nations.
- Why is healthcare in United States of America is so expensive?
- Why The War on Drugs kill at least 5X as many people as the drugs themselves?
- Free and open mind
Have you ever been told, "We'll just have to agree to disagree"? You could be communicating better! The Libertarian Solutions 1.0 online learning course will give you an enhanced understanding of the real-world application of libertarian principles; teach you how to communicate these life-enhancing concepts effectively; and illustrate how to awaken your friends, family, and acquaintances to the “good news” of liberty.
The Libertarian Solutions 1.0 online learning course consists of several sessions presented by experts who have used and experimented with these tools themselves. We focus on quality, substantial information, and practical solutions that can be applied in everyday life.
Learning does not end when the course does. It continues as you use the tools, take action, and enlighten your life and that of your loved ones.
If you were falling from a tall building and landed on the balcony of a person who didn’t want you trespassing, are you willing to fall to your death? If your child’s life depends upon stealing a car, would you do so? Critics of the NAP say no one is a libertarian when it comes to such situations. Is that truly the case?
Libertarians recognize that regulations are restrictions that hamper economic growth and prohibit actors from certain exchanges — but even libertarians do not understand the destructive impact of regulations on the economy and society. It’s much worse than we thought.
Free markets bring great prosperity to nations. Intended and unintended consequences of government intervention usually harm the poor: i.e. rent controls, minimum wage laws, occupational licensing, agricultural subsidies.
Join us for an overview of Sweden’s history and political economy. We will discuss how Sweden went from being one of Europe’s poorest countries to being the world’s fourth richest country — over the course of just one century. This course will also cover the rise and fall of Sweden’s welfare state and an overview of Sweden’s current political and economic conditions.
For most people, the biggest question they have about American healthcare is: Why is it so expensive? The answer is regulation — and if you don't understand how regulation drives up prices and drives down quality, you'll never understand why the healthcare system is broken (or how to fix it!). Dr. Varner has worked for years on the inside, and combining his insider's knowledge of the industry and a lifetime of study of free-market economics, he’ll show you where the system is broken, the perverse incentive structures that influence market actors, and multiple realistic policy proposals that can fix the terrible problems. Don't enter another debate about healthcare unprepared.
Who this course is for:
- This courses is for people who want to understand the libertarian philosophy better.
- Everyone interested in politics, philosophy, or sociology.
Founded in 1969, Liberty International has gone through a number of name changes including being formerly known as the International Society for Individual Liberty, and Libertarian International.
Liberty International was one of the very first liberty movement organizations to penetrate Eastern Europe, before and after the fall of Berlin Wall.
Because of its unique, compassionate messaging and ability to work within authoritarian regimes, Liberty International managed to ship books, pamphlets, and other publications into risky environments including Poland, Czechoslovakia and pre-reform China.
After the collapse of communism in Europe, Liberty International reacted swiftly to distribute liberty movement writings, especially through its acquisition of the bookstore, Freedom’s Forum Books, in San Francisco, and eventual revival of Laissez Faire Books, shipping quantities of books to fledgling think tanks in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, and Lithuania, and sponsoring international conferences in several of these countries.
Our Mission is to bring liberty to every corner of the world by sharing the philosophy and benefits of freedom, with special emphasis on educating newcomers. We spread liberty and foster a global network of freedom champions, empowering them to become change agents in their own countrie