Matching Donations Are Live!

by | Oct 24, 2021

Howdy, you-all.

Look here: Our little old Institute has been doing great things.

First of all a very generous donor has pledged to match donations of $100 or more for the next $15,000. An amazing opportunity for you to double the impact of your gift. For $100 you also get to pick one of our books, mine are signed and personalized, and a lifetime subscription to Listen & Think Audio. Don’t miss out, you can see all reward options and donate here.

The legendary Sheldon Richman, firebrand Pete Quinones, the brilliant Kyle Anzalone and our great group of writers and podcasters make up this Institute and I’m proud to be associated with them.

The audiobook of my latest book Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism is almost done. It should be ready within a week or two at the latest. Sorry about the delay. I’ve been busy traveling around the country giving speeches to Libertarian Party state conventions, the Young Americans for Liberty, Porcfest, the Montana, Texas and Maine state legislatures and 10 more I’ve forgotten… Oh yeah, I debated Bill Kristol in New York on October 4th. They say I won it. The latest was a standup bit at Tom Woods’s 2,000th episode celebration in Orlando last Saturday. That was fun. The video should be posted soon.

Our great podcaster Keith Knight has completed the text of his new book, The Voluntaryist’s Handbook, which should be ready to publish in just a few weeks. It’s an excellent collection of essays by all of your favorite libertarian anarchist types. You’ll love it.

The great Brad Hoff, a former marine who lived in Syria, just finished his excellent book Syria Crucified, about the plight of Christians during the late war in Syria for another publisher, is writing another book about the war there that the Institute will publish, probably early in the new year. Brad was great on the war the entire time, and his co-author is a serious academic and scholar too.

Then we’ve got Richard Booth, who I would say is the best journalist working the Oklahoma Bombing case. We host his — the world’s greatest — full documents archive at He is a great journalist whose book will almost certainly be the definitive take on the story for years to come.

And not only that, but we’ve actually got one more William Norman Grigg book we’re putting out this year. Thomas R. Eddlem is editing it now. It’s called The Stolen Life of Christopher Tapp, all about this innocent kid who the cops framed for the murder of a girl who Will wrote about and fought for for years. He was vindicated on it just before Will died in 2017. We are proud to continue to honor his legacy. He was the very best of us all. Will’s family of course will receive 100% of the proceeds from the new book, the same as with No Quarter: The Ravings of William Norman Grigg before.

All of our great podcasters are doing better and better all the time too. That’s me, Pete Quinones, Kyle Anzalone, Keith Knight, Patrick Macfarlane and Tommy Salmons. Sign up for the whole line up here.

Of course keep an eye on all of our great writers, like Laurie Calhoun, Connor Freeman, Kym Robinson and the great Jim Bovard at the Institute too.

If this is your kind of libertarianism, support our efforts at

And thank you all very much.

Scott Horton

About Scott Horton

Scott Horton is director of the Libertarian Institute, editorial director of, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from He's the author of the 2021 book Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism, the 2017 book, Fool's Errand:Time to End the War in Afghanistan, editor of the 2019 book The Great Ron Paul: The Scott Horton Show Interviews 2004–2019 and the 2022 book Hotter Than The Sun: Time to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. He’s conducted more than 6,000 interviews since 2003. Scott lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Larisa Alexandrovna Horton.

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