The Capital Free Press has compiled a list of the top ranked “libertarian websites based on the number of unique visitors in the most recent month according to the data compiled by Compete.” The post is pasted below. Not surprisingly, LewRockwell.com is the most visited libertarian site. Four of my own sites made the list: StephanKinsella.com (#84), Libertarian Papers (#100), The Libertarian Standard (#75), and Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom (C4SIF, #78).
This is a ranking of the top libertarian websites based on the number of unique visitors in the most recent month according to the data compiled by Compete. They only compile data for domains and subdomains, so perhaps this list is more accurately described as the most visited libertarian domains rather than websites. It is compiled through calls to Compete’s API, so it will automatically update when they release new data each month. For more information on this list, see the blog post introducing it.
Automating everything means that adding a new website is as simple as plugging a new url into my list, so you have any suggestions for a website to add, please email me at email@example.com.
Due to the restrictions on the free use of the Compete API, there is a chance that I could run out of API calls in a 24 hour period (resets at midnight EST). The way that I compile this list and the terms and conditions on the use of their API prevent me from displaying the number of unique visitors for each website in the chart, though that information and more can be accessed via the link I have provided. [Keep reading…]
My friend Tom Woods has just launched an exciting new educational platform: Liberty Classroom, the tagline of which is: “The History They Didn’t Teach You.” As the website explains:
The intellectual battle for the free society is on. Liberty Classroom’s ambitious goal is to equip as many ambassadors of liberty as possible with the knowledge they need to win that battle. We take a machete to the comic-book version of U.S. and European history most of us learned in school. We don’t believe the version of events that credits government with all the good things of civilization, that insists we’d be lost without the political class, and that warns us of the wickedness and exploitation to be found in the voluntary sector of society.
We believe in freedom. And that’s what we teach at Liberty Classroom.
We’re starting with history, but watch for other subjects to come.
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