Thursday, June 26, 2008

About Ryan

Click here for my bio.

My Résumé

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Portfolio of Press Releases and Research, etc.

Click here for some more samples of my written work.

Publications Portfolio

Click here for a portfolio of brochures, flyers, mailers, etc.

The Colorado Blue Ribbon Panel on Housing

Click here for more information on my work with the Colorado Blue Ribbon Panel on Housing

The Colorado Foreclosure Hotline

Click here for more on my work with the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline.

Some clippings

Click here for some of my clippings from my work as a spokesman for the Division.

Government Relations

Click here for more on my work with public policy and regulation.

Mises Institute articles (and other writings)

As of April 2013, I am the editor of The Free Market, the monthly flagship publication of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Here's the issue archive. Click here for an archive of my articles published by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

The Mises Institute is an academic and research organization that publishes articles and books on economics and political economy from a free-market perspective. I've presented academic papers there during their annual scholar conferences. Topics of my papers over the years have ranged from 1970's conspiracy films to 19th-century British liberalism to the use of media in public policy.

These days, my focus is on libertarian themes in film and television and the intellectual history of the libertarian movement.

I also write for a related site called LRC, as it's known, is a top-ranking libertarian web site. It is edited by LewRockwell, the founder of the Mises Institute. Here is my article archive. These writings are far more polemical, and I now disavow some of the older ones, having changed some of my views over the years. Prior to 2003, for example, I was a restrictionist on immigration, although I now favor open borders.

Ryan's archives at

These are articles I've written over the years for the blog which is a libertarian Web site edited by the president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Some are still good reads, some have aged very poorly, and some I now repudiate altogether.

I also blog fairly regularly on the blog. We are mostly college professors, journalists, attorneys, and others who write primarily on policies and public affairs issues as related to Classical Liberalism.