00:01    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
01:22    |    
George Mason University intellectual traditions
Public choice theory
Other studies in George Mason University
Quotation from Friedrich A. Hayek
Difference between Austrian School of Economics and Tea Party Movement
Economy according to Friedrich A. Hayek
Classical liberalism
06:55    |    
Teaching of freedom
Think tanks
FreedomWorks role
09:06    |    
Public choice predictions
Use power of government of self-interest politicians
Demand of lobbies' benefits for Public Employees Union
Destruction of democracy
Understanding of Friedrich A. Hayek about government impact
12:22    |    
Tea Party Movement 
Ethos of Tea Party Movement
August Town Hall Meetings
Misconceptions about Tea Party Movement
Tea Party Movement members
Binding of Tea Party Movement
Beginning of Tea Party Movement
21:00    |    
The Ruckus Society
22:18    |    
Boston Tea Party
Samuel Adams
Importance of social organization
26:41    |    
September 12, 2009 March on Washington
29:17    |    
Friedrich A. Hayek debate between free market and socialism
30:42    |    
Influence of citizens in government policies
31:41    |    
FreedomConnector plataform
32:39    |    
Final words
34:32    |    
Question and answer period 
Does Sarah Palin represent well the spirit of Tea Party Movement?  
How do you create the conditions for the respect of the rule of law and the individual in countries where traditions are not that strong?
37:18    |    
Final credits 




Tea Party: Moving the Bases of a Political Party

24 de marzo de 2011   | Vistas: 11 |   Austrian School Of Economics Classical Liberalism Freedom Friedrich A. Hayek

Matt Kibbe talks about the Tea Party Movement, its ethos, members, and misconceptions and how and why it was initiated; the philosophical and strategic underpinnings to make the Tea Party Movement possible in America. Kibbe points out the importance of social organization and free interaction of individuals in a free society to make possible their demands and limit the government’s decisions. Finally, he talks about FreedomWorks role, what they do and how they work using the teaching of freedom in universities and tools they use as think tanks to translate ideas into policy proposals and the way they have been achieving this through social networks as Twitter, Facebook and many others.

Matt Kibbe is president and CEO of FreedomWorks, previously known as Citizens for a Sound Economy. He is coauthor of…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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