Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring – broadcasts this week!

  This week, Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring will be broadcast in the following markets/channels: MI University Center WDCQ Ch 19.2 19.2 Tues 2/4/2014 10:00 PM ET CO Broomfield KBDI Ch 12 12.1 Wed 2/5/2014 8:00 PM MT AZ Tucson KUAT Ch 6.1/HD UA Wed 2/5/2014 2:00 PM MT CA Eureka KEET Ch 13.1  13.1 Fri 2/7/2014 11:30 AM PT Don’t miss your opportunity to catch this program!

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Sunday, 1/5/14 – South Carolina!

South Carolina residents, Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives will be playing at 5 pm ET on Sunday, 1/5/14. Rock Hill    WNSC    Ch. 30 Greenville     WNTV    Ch. 29 Greenwood    WNEH     Ch. 38 Spartansburg     WRET    Ch. 49 Columbia    WRLK    Ch. 35 Sumter    WRJA    Ch. 27 Beaufort    WJWJ    Ch. 16 Charleston    WITV    Ch. 7 Florence    WJPM    Ch. 33 Conway    WHMC    Ch. 23 Allendale/Aug.    WEBA    Ch. 14  

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Two Broadcasts from Free To Choose Network!

Kick-off your New Year with not one, but TWO broadcasts from Free To Choose Network! Airdates for Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives are at their peak all across the country. This one-hour documentary takes a look at four nations (Slovakia, Zambia, South Korea, and Chile), and the transformation each one is undergoing, thanks to enhanced economic freedoms. (CLICK HERE FOR AIRDATES AND TIMES IN YOUR AREA.) Our newest release, Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring examines recent events in the Middle East through the prism of economics and property rights, a perspective not often considered in traditional media outlets. Beginning …

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A Letter to You, From our Founder

            by BOB CHITESTER             In the “libertarian” worldview there is a tendency forpeople to think that “anything goes.” One result is, defense of the family islargely left to or thought to be the purview of conservatives. Many a classicalliberal/libertarian has addressed the central role of culture in determiningpolitical outcomes, yet when Jennifer Roback Morse published her book “Love andEconomics”  she was thought by some to have joined the “touchy-feeling”academics in building a case for her conclusions rather than drawingconclusions from rigorous research.             Since the family is a powerful force in shaping culture itdeserves more serious consideration by those who …

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