Founding Principles

From its earliest stages, Liberty Central identified limited government, individual liberty, free enterprise, national security, and personal responsibility as the five principles that best capture the foundations we, as a nation, need to preserve. These principles will be Liberty Central’s guide for everything that we do – from encouraging citizens to “Get Active” to providing them with Constitutional training material. For an in-depth look at each of these principles, please watch Professor Robert George’s explanation of their meaning, history, and relevance today.

Limited GovernmentAssumes Democracy and the Rule of Law: Three closely connected principles at the foundation of American freedom.
Individual LibertyThe central place of individual liberty in American politics and life.
Free EnterpriseFree enterprise, the individual entrepreneur, and economic reforms grounded in market solutions.
National SecurityAmerica’s vital interest in our nation’s security and in prudently advancing freedom and opposing tyranny in the world.
Personal ResponsibilityConservatism’s firm defense of life, marriage and family, neighborhood, community, and faith.