Big Brother Watch was set up to challenge policies that threaten our privacy, our freedoms and our civil liberties, and to expose the true scale of the surveillance state.
Founded in 2009, they have produced unique research exposing the erosion of civil liberties in the UK, looking at the dramatic expansion of surveillance powers, the growth of the database state and the misuse of personal information. Continue reading
The superb Young America’s Foundation, YBF’s sister organisation that acts as a gateway to the US conservative movement and whose visionary President, Ron Robinson, saved Ronald Reagan’s Ranch for the American people, has excelled itself this week.
As Barack Obama’s supine administration fails to stand up to Argentine aggression over the Falklands, YAF calls on its many thousands of young conservative activists to stand with these doughty British citizens who live in the South Atlantic by celebrating Margaret Thatcher Day on Thursday, 10th January 2013.
The America’s Future Foundation is a Washington DC based non-profit organization committed to identifying and training conservative and libertarian professionals in their 20s and 30s. Recognizing that the activism of young professionals is essential for the continuation of conservative and libertarian principles, the organization’s vision is to teach the principles of a free society and offer professional training for young professionals. Led by Executive Director Roger Custer, the Foundation recently launched chapters in Chicago and Denver, expanding their influence beyond DC and further West. Continue reading
The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) is the UK’s first, original free-market think tank. A registered educational and research charity based in London, the IEA was first conceived after founder Antony Fisher read a summary of F.A. Hayek’s Road to Serfdom in an issue of Reader’s Digest. After speaking with Hayek, who advised him to avoid politics in favour of intellectuals, and publishing his own book, The Case for Freedom, the IEA was born with Fisher as director in 1955. Continue reading