The Libertarian Institute
To provide a forum for discussion and education of topics including foreign policy, domestic policy, society and culture from a libertarian perspective. The Libertarian Institute publishes original articles, books and interviews from commentators across the political spectrum.
Sponsoring the development of grassroots-level organizations and publications in countries around the world that promote free-market economics, social freedom, civil liberties, and limited government.
Institute for Justice
Through strategic litigation, training, communication, and outreach, the Institute for Justice advances a rule of law under which individuals can control their destinies as free and responsible members of society. IJ litigates to secure economic liberty, school choice, private property rights, freedom of speech, and other vital individual liberties and to restore constitutional limits on the power of government. In addition, IJ trains law students, lawyers, and activists in the tactics of public interest litigation. Through these activities, IJ illustrates and extends the benefits of freedom to those whose full enjoyment of liberty is denied by government.
Fully Informed Jury Association
The Fully Informed Jury Association was founded in 1989 in Helmville, Montana by Larry Dodge and Don Doig. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit association dedicated to education of all Americans about their rights, powers and responsibilities as trial jurors. In particular, FIJA seeks to restore the traditional trial by jury, and protect it from further incursions. FIJA believes that the jury is not only a dispenser of justice for the accused, but also crucial check and balance in our system of government. The power of the jury to judge not only the evidence, but also the merits of the law itself is central to its proper functioning as a judicial and political institution
The mission of Reason Foundation is to advance a free society by developing, applying, and promoting libertarian principles, including free markets, individual liberty, and the rule of law. We use journalism and public policy research to change the frameworks and actions of policymakers, journalists, and opinion leaders.