February 12, 2021

The Cost of Xenophobia

By Nicolai Heering In the afternoon of 28th March 1997, the Albanian motorboat Kateri i Radës sailed towards Italy with some 142 people on board. They were all desperately trying to escape the political and economic mayhem in their home…
November 17, 2019

October Update from LI Board Members

Dr. Kyle Varner Last month I joined Language of Liberty Institute as a faculty member at a Liberty Camp in the Amalfi Coast of Italy.  I gave talks to the students about the specific ways that socialism destroyed the economy…
October 9, 2019

Being a nomad, or how freedom tastes

By Daniel Nogal* Saigon. Six in the morning. I get off the night train. I came from Phan Rang, where I admired the Hindu temple of Chams. Everything I travel with fits in my backpack, so I run away from…
July 9, 2018

#TaxationIsTheft in Mumbai

By Jaimine Bezboznik I got to know about libertarianism on facebook (aka fascistbook). Yes, that's the power of social media. I was introduced to this ideology in 2010. I followed blogs on Mises inst. and Ron Paul's speeches since then. I was a…
January 13, 2017

How the government broke my digital camera

Once upon a time, the government decided break my digital camera. Like the mean kid who throws your favorite toy down the stairs, the government succeeded in making all DSLR cameras worse for no reason. The consequence is that today,…