The Key 2 Liberty involves learning the principles of freedom for yourself and then sharing your knowledge with others.


There are a lot of good books to learn about the principles of freedom and liberty and other topics that are explained / discussed on this web site. This section will list several of them. Many of these books are the sources for much of the information that is contained in this web site.

Books on the Constitution

Skousen, Cleon. The 5000 Year Leap: A Miracle that Changed the World. United States: National Center for Constitutional Studies, 1981. Print.

The 5000 Year Leap is an excellent book that describes the basic beliefs of the Founding Fathers that were used to create the framework of the Constitution.  In this book the author, Cleon Skousen, uses the writings of the Founding Fathers themselves to break down their ideology into a list of 28 fundamental principles of freedom and liberty.  It describes what makes a constitutional republic the best form of government to protect the inalienable rights of free people and does an outstanding job explaining the difference between a democracy and a constitutional republic.  It also discusses the role that religion and morality plays in a constitutional republic from of government and it makes a great reference book for anyone interested in the concepts that make it possible for people to live freely amongst each other.

Hamilton, Alexander , James Madison and John Jay.  The Federalist Papers.  New York: New American Library, 2003. Print.

The book The Federalist Papers consists of 85 essays that were written by three of our Founding Fathers and were aimed at getting the people of the 13 states that were at the time living under the Articles of Confederation to accept the newly proposed Constitution of the United States.  The Federalist Papers started being published in New York Newspapers the month after the Constitution was approved by Congress and sent to the states for ratification.  By reading the Federalist Papers you will learn the true meaning of the Constitution as it was written and agreed upon by our Founders.  The meaning of many sections of the Constitution today have been perverted to mean something else in order to chip away at the people’s fundamental, protected rights.  Learning the true meaning of the Constitution will help you to understand why the United States today is having so many economic problems and is turning into a police state and a military empire.  The Constitution is no longer being interpreted as it was when it was written and many of the original parts have been since modified by Amendments to the Constitution that are working against the principles that created the document in the first place.  Everyone that is concerned about freedom and liberty must learn the true meaning of the Constitution as it was written by the Founders so we can being to turn this country around and change it from the democracy it has become back to a constitutional republic so that our inalienable rights can be protected instead of trampled on.

Books on the Federal Reserve System

Griffin, G. Edward. The Creature from Jekyll Island. Westlake Village, California: American Media, 1994. Print.

The Creature from Jekyll Island magnificently describes in fine detail what the Federal Reserve System is, who was behind its formation , how it works and that it is not an agency of the federal government but a privately owned central bank.  It describes what a fractional-reserve banking system is and how by using this type of monetary system large banks are able to create money out of nothing and then loan it to people and businesses and even countries with interest due.  It also describes what a fiat currency is and how our own fiat currency system is manipulated in order to consolidate power in the hands of a few.  It discusses how fiat currency systems are responsible for inflation and how inflation is a hidden tax on the people.  The book also describes the major global powers that run the Federal Reserve System and how they are working toward creating a world government and eventually a world currency system run by a single central bank.  Although it is a large book it is written for the common person to understand.  People that can grasp the concept of what central banks really are and how they operate will have a much easier time understanding how the real world works and why we have the economic problems that we do today.  Most of the problems we experience in our country today can be traced back to the Federal Reserve System in one way or another.  The Federal Reserve System and central banks in general are devastating weapons that are used  by tyrants to allow them to control people and political institutions.  If Americans are ever going to experience the level of freedom and prosperity that we once had again we must abolish the Federal Reserve System and place the issuing power of the United States currency back into the hands of Congress and the currency we use must be backed by something of intrinsic value such as gold or silver so that its value will remain stable over time.

Books on the Founders

Allison, Andrew, Richard Maxfield, DeLynn Cook, and Cleon Skousen. The Real Thomas Jefferson. United States: National Center for Constitutional Studies, 1983. Print.

The Real Thomas Jefferson is split into two parts.  The first part is an account of the life of Thomas Jefferson from birth to death.  The second part is a compilation of many of Thomas Jefferson’s writings and quotes.  This book is an excellent source of information on Thomas Jefferson who is considered by many people to be one of the most influential Foundering Fathers of our nation.  His understanding of how a federal, constitutional, republican form of government should work is exemplary along with his understanding of the basic principles of freedom and liberty.  This book should be an inspiration to all people who cherish the fundamental principles of freedom and liberty and is a must read.

Books on the New World Order

Allen, Gary. None Dare Call It Conspiracy. San Pedro, California: GSG & Associates, 1971. Print.

The book None Dare Call It Conspiracy explains who the Insiders are that are behind the creation of the New World Order and how the Insiders use central banks to control the world’s wealth and international commerce.  It is remarkable how only a few wealthy families such as the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Warburgs, Schiffs, Morgans and a handful of others are able to substantially control the major nations of the world such as the United States, England, Russia and China by enslaving them with debt created by the central banks they own and control such as the Federal Reserve System and the Bank of England.

The Insiders have always promoted the causes of socialism and communism supposedly to establish a government that is operated by the people but as None Dare Call It Conspiracy explains the Insiders simply use the promises of socialism and communism to help achieve their goal of financial domination.  The Insiders always make sure they are exempted from the laws and rules that are forced on everyone else.  They make themselves exempt from the high taxes and the regulations that are enforced on their competition.  After all John D. Rockefeller once stated what he thought about competition in the marketplace when he said, "Competition is a sin."

In order to advance their goal of world government the Insiders have created groups such as the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group.  The book goes into detail explaining the various roles these groups play in the big picture but in general the plan for all of these groups is to abolish the U.S. Constitution and merge the United States with the other nations of the world and create a one world government that will be controlled by the Insiders.  The book also explains how the Insiders were responsible for funding Adolf Hitler and the creation of the former Soviet Union and communist China in order to manipulate the United States into a military empire and eventually use militarism to take away the rights of the American people.  After reading this book you will have a much better idea of how the real world works.