Planned Chaos, by Ludwig von Mises

Ron Manners says:

This is the first Mises book that I read, cover to cover, on a Perth-Adelaide flight, circa 1970.

It is available free online at the following locations:

Ron Turns 80! Videos, photos and more

Ron survives his 80th Birthday, January 8th, 2016!

Enjoyed by a small group of family and friends on a warm Perth Friday afternoon, at the Perth Mint.

The theme was FIVE! (You will have to watch video 2 of Ron’s speech to fully understand the “theme of five”.)

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Remaining Sane in an Insane World

Don’t judge the world
just by today’s headlines.
The mob rarely gets it right,
so who will guide you through?

It could be a rough journey
on your own.
Sanity preserved
by just a few.

They may never ever meet each other,
although each with
a strong link,
just to you. Continue reading Remaining Sane in an Insane World

Celebrating Hayek’s ‘spontaneous order’

“Chairman’s Report,” Mannkal’s Musings: Mannkal Foundation’s End-of-Year Review 2015, p. 3.

They say that planning is useful, but despite all the planning we do at Mannkal Foundation, quite often the best things seem to develop from a series of coincidences.

One example is the origin of our two new Outgoing Students Programs to Greece.

In May, 2015 I was invited to participate in the speaker panel for the Free Market Road Show. Continue reading Celebrating Hayek’s ‘spontaneous order’

Andrew Humphries – Lighting the World

Andrew Humphries talks with Ron Manners at the World Conference on Market Liberalization, Bali, Indonesia, June 29-July 3, 2015.

Here’s Leonard E. Read’s How to Advance Liberty, which Humphries gives a big plug to in his conversation with Ron:

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