Below are a collections of links to other Internet resources we think you'll find to be useful and informative:
Capitol Report New Mexico:
Capitol Report serves as an objective reporter of all things political and economic facing the citizens of New Mexico with an emphasis on State House activity. A Rio Grande Foundation sponsored site.
Educate New Mexico:
Educate New Mexico is an independent, non-profit, privately-funded organization established by volunteers to promote and finance academically excellent educational opportunities for students from low-income families.
Errors of Enchantment:
The Rio Grande Foundation's own localized Weblog; join our discussion of New Mexico's errors and how to fix them.
New Mexico Alliance for Legal Reform:
An objective look at New Mexico's courts.
New Mexico Legislature:
Official Web site of the New Mexico Legislature.
New Mexico Liberty:
Life, Liberty, Politics and Policy in the Land of Enchantment! A Rio Grande Foundation sponsored site.
New Mexico Votes:
The New Mexico Legislature made easy for the average citizen. Search legislation; check legislator voting records; and get E-mail updates as bills that affect you move through the system.
New Mexico Watchdog:
New Mexico Watchdog works to better inform the citizens of New Mexico as to how their state and local governments work and how their money is being spent, or as is too frequently the case in the Land of Enchantment, misspent. A Rio Grande Foundation sponsored site.
Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy:
The Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE) is devoted to educating the public about the need to guarantee our access to the affordable energy that drives our nation forward.
The New Mexico Prosperity Project:
The New Mexico Prosperity Project is a non-partisan, joint effort between New Mexico's employers and state and local non-profit business organizations to encourage more active and informed participation in the government process.
New Mexico Outrageous Law Contest:
Join the search for New Mexico's most outrageous laws and perhaps win a cash prize in the process!
A community bulletin board and calendar for Conservative/Libertarian/Right-of-center events in Albuquerque.
The Goldwater Institute works on behalf of Arizonans to keep watch on government and to expand school choice, restore economic liberty, protect private property, and affirm Arizona's independence against unconstitutional federal encroachments.
The Independence Institute of Colorado is dedicated to providing timely information to concerned citizens, government officials, and public opinion leaders.
Mackinac Center for Public Policy:
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is a nonpartisan research and educational institute devoted to improving the quality of life for all Michigan citizens by promoting sound solutions to state and local policy questions.
Texas Public Policy Institute:
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan research institute guided by the core principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, private property rights, free markets and limited government.
The Commonwealth Foundation is an independent, non-profit research and educational institute based in Pennsylvania that develops and advances public policies based on the nation's founding principles of limited constitutional government, economic freedom, and personal responsibility for one's actions.
Atlas Economic Research Foundation:
The Atlas Economic Research Foundation is a non-profit organization that brings freedom to the world by helping develop and strengthen a network of market-oriented think tanks that spans the globe.
The Cato Institute seeks to broaden the parameters of public policy debate to allow consideration of the traditional American principles of limited government, individual liberty, free markets and peace.
Competitive Enterprise Institute:
The Competitive Enterprise Institute is a non-profit public policy organization dedicated to advancing the principles of free enterprise and limited government. We believe that individuals are best helped not by government intervention, but by making their own choices in a free marketplace.
Freedom Works fights for lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom for all Americans. They combines the stature and experience of America's greatest policy entrepreneurs with the grassroots power of hundreds of thousands of volunteer activists all over the Nation.
Heartland's mission is to discover and promote free-market solutions to social and economic problems.
The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institute – a think tank – whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
The mission of The Independent Institute is to transcend the all-too-common politicization and superficiality of public policy research and debate, redefine the debate over public issues, and foster new and effective directions for government reform.
The Manhattan Institute has supported and publicized research on our era's most challenging public policy issues: taxes, welfare, crime, the legal system, urban life, race, education, and many other topics.
National Center for Policy Analysis:
The NCPA's goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector.
Founded in 1968, Reason advances a free society by developing, applying, and promoting libertarian principles, including individual liberty, free markets, and the rule of law.
State Policy Network:
State Policy Network (SPN) is the professional service organization for America's state-based, free market think tank movement.
State Policy Network Directory:
Locate state think tanks by state.
Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty:
Promotes a free society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles.
Advocates for Self-Government:
Works to communicate the freedom philosophy to opinion leaders. Check out their World's Smallest Political Quiz.
Americans for Tax Reform:
Seeks fairer, flatter, more visible, lower taxes to minimize government control.
Center for Consumer Freedom:
A coalition of restaurant and tavern operators seeks to protect consumer choice.
Center for Education Reform:
Provides support and guidance to all who seek fundamental change in American schools.
Club for Growth:
Works to achieve policy victories in the pro-growth agenda, such as tax cuts and other smaller government issues.
Foundation for Economic Education:
Promotes a fundamental understanding and appreciation of a free society.
Future of Freedom Foundation:
Makes an uncompromising case for liberty, free markets, private property and limited government.
Innovative research organization focused on health and tax policy.
Institute for Humane Studies:
Assists liberty-minded undergraduate and graduate students worldwide.
Institute for Justice:
A public interest law firm dedicated to the protection of individual rights.
Offers the world's largest selection of books on liberty.
Offers books, audio and video tapes, collectibles, games and many other items related to personal and economic freedom.
National Taxpayers Union:
America 's oldest and largest taxpayer group. NTU was established in 1969 to educate taxpayers, the media, and elected officials on a non-partisan basis on the merits of limited government and low taxes.
Advances Ayn Rand's philosophy of rational individualism.
Separation of School and State Alliance:
Seeks to improve education through the full separation of school and state.
Atlantic Institute for Market Studies:
Halifax, NS, Canada
Center for Independent Studies:
St. Leonards, N.S.W., Australia
Vancouver, B.C., Canada