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  • 5-Loxin® - Extract from Boswellia serrata with anti-inflammatory properties
  • Activist Groups - Associations of individuals that attempt to influence governments or society in general
  • Aerobic Exercise - Walking, running, swimming: increases respiration and heart rate
  • Alberdi, Juan Bautista - Argentine jurist, considered the "Father" of the Argentine Constitution
  • Allen, Woody - American director, actor and screenwriter, won Best Director Oscar for Annie Hall
  • Almodovar, Norma Jean - Los Angeles traffic officer turned call girl, and subsequently activist and author
  • Alpha GPC - An acetylcholine precursor derived from soy lecithin
  • Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) - An omega-3 fatty acid found in certain plant oils
  • Alzheimer's Disease - Degenerative disease of the brain characterized by loss of cognitive ability
  • America: Freedom to Fascism - 2005 documentary about the U.S. Federal Reserve and the federal income tax
  • American Liberty Foundation - Mass marketing and popularization for the pro-liberty movement
  • Amiel, Barbara - British/Canadian journalist and author
  • Amino Acids - The building blocks of proteins
  • Anatomy - The study of the structure and parts of the body
  • Andersen, Hans Christian - Nineteenth-century Danish writer, author of dozens of fairy tales
  • Anderson, Benjamin M. - 19th/20th century American economist of the Austrian School
  • Anderson, Poul - American science fiction author, winner of several Prometheus Awards
  • Andorra - Territory in southwest Europe, ruled since 1993 by the Bishop of Urgell and the President of France
  • Anguilla - Northernmost of the Leeward Islands, British dependency
  • Antigua and Barbuda - Islands in the Caribbean Sea, ruled since 1981 by the Monarchy of Antigua and Barbuda
  • Antioxidants - Substances that prevent damage caused by free radicals
  • Armstrong, Billie Joe - Singer and guitarist with punk band Green Day
  • Ashcroft, John - Governor of Missouri, U. S. Senator and U.S. Attorney General
  • Athletes - Professional or amateur sportsmen and sportswomen
  • Atkins Diet - Low carbohydrate diet proposed by Dr. Robert Atkins
  • Ayittey, George B. N. - Professor of economics at American University, president of the Free Africa Foundation
  • Azerbaijan - Territory in northwest Asia, ruled since 1991 by the Azarbaycan Respublikasi
  • Baden, John A. - Founder and Chairman of Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment
  • Bagge, Peter - American cartoonist, creator of the comic book series Hate
  • Bailey, Covert - Best-selling fitness author, creator of the "Fit of Fat" books and programs
  • Ballot Access - Laws and rules defining requirements for putting candidates on a ballot
  • Barbados - Easternmost island in the West Indies, ruled since 1966 by the Monarchy of Barbados
  • Barger, Ralph - Founding member of the Oakland Hells Angels, author
  • Barr, Bob - Former U.S. Representative from Georgia, 2008 Libertarian Party presidential candidate
  • Barro, Robert J. - Professor of economics at Harvard University
  • Barry, Dave - Author and syndicated humor columnist
  • Bast, Joseph L. - President and CEO of The Heartland Institute
  • Belarus - Territory in eastern Europe, ruled since 1991 by the Respublika Byelarus'
  • Belize - Territory in Central America, ruled since 1981 by the Monarchy of Belize
  • Bell, Art - Original host of syndicated all-night radio show "Coast to Coast AM"
  • Benin - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1990 by the République du Bénin
  • Bergman, Ingrid - Swedish-born Hollywood actress, winner of three Oscars, portrayed Ilsa in Casablanca
  • Bethell, Tom - Senior editor of The American Spectator
  • Bezos, Jeff - Founder and chief executive of Amazon.com
  • Bidwell, Robert E. - Business management and turnaround specialist, author, professor
  • Bieser, Scott - American comics illustrator and writer
  • Biology - The study of living organisms
  • Biotin - Water-soluble member of the B-vitamin complex
  • Bisson, Kenneth A - Physician, libertarian activist, organizer of Freedom Cruises
  • Bogart, Humphrey - American Oscar-winning actor, star of The African Queen, Casablanca and The Caine Mutiny
  • Boortz, Neal - Nationally syndicated radio talk show host, political commentator and author
  • Boswellia - Boswellia serrata, a tree of the frankincense family
  • Bradbury, Ray - Science fiction writer, author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles
  • Brain - The organ of thought, coordinates and regulates bodily activities
  • Brand, Stewart - Creator of The Whole Earth Catalog
  • Branson, Richard - Founder and chairman of Virgin Group, Ltd.
  • Breggin, Peter R. - Psychiatrist and author, founder of The International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology
  • Brin, David - American science fiction writer, winner of several Nebula, Hugo and LOCUS Best Novel awards
  • Brudnoy, David - Host of "The David Brudnoy Show" on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
  • Brynner, Yul - Hollywood actor, winner of Best Actor Oscar for The King and I
  • Buckstein, Steve - Founder and President of the Cascade Policy Institute
  • Bureaucrash - International "Freedom Activist Network"
  • Burg, Bob - Motivational speaker and author of Winning Without Intimidation
  • Burkina Faso - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1960 by the Republic of Burkina Faso
  • Burns, Gene - Host of "The Gene Burns Program" radio show
  • Burroughs, William S. - 20th century American writer
  • Burundi - Territory in east central Africa, ruled since 1966 by the Republika y'u Burundi
  • Butler, Pierce - Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in the early 20th century
  • Cairnes, John Elliott - Nineteenth century Irish economist
  • Calcium - Symbol Ca, element number 20. Most abundant mineral in the body
  • Calorie Restriction - Regimen of eating fewer calories to extend human life span
  • Cameron, Dean - Film and TV actor, starred in Ski School movies
  • Cameroon - Territory in west central Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République du Cameroun
  • Campaign Finance - The practices of funding political campaigns
  • Campaign For Liberty - Advocacy group stemming from Ron Paul's 2008 Presidential campaign
  • Campbell, John Archibald - Nineteenth century American lawyer, Supreme Court Justice until 1861
  • Cape Verde - Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of west Africa, ruled since 1975 by the República de Cabo Verde
  • Cardiovascular Diseases - Disorders affecting the heart and the blood vessels
  • Cardiovascular System - The heart and vessels that transport blood
  • Carnosine - A dipeptide consisting of the amino acids beta-alanine and L-histidine
  • Carpenter, Ted Galen - Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies at the Cato Institute
  • Carter, Dixie - Film, stage and TV actress, starred in the TV series "Designing Women"
  • Carter, Graydon - Co-founder of Spy magazine, editor of Vanity Fair
  • Cartoonists - Artists who create humorous, satirical or informative drawings
  • Central African Republic - Territory in central Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République centrafricaine/Ködörösêse tî Bêafrîka
  • Chad - Territory in north central Africa, ruled since 1996 by the République du Tchad
  • Chicago - The Windy City
  • Chong, Tommy - Comedian, partner with Cheech Marin in Cheech and Chong
  • Christie, Julie - British Oscar-winning actress, portrayed Lara in Doctor Zhivago
  • Chromium - Symbol Cr, element number 24. Trace mineral involved in glucose metabolism
  • Clark, John Bates - 19th/20th century American economist
  • Cleveland - Second most populous city in Ohio, chartered 1836
  • Clinton, Hillary - U.S. First Lady (1993-2001), former Senator and Secretary of State
  • Cloud, Michael - Libertarian speechwriter and fundraiser, 2002 U.S. Senate candidate from Massachusetts
  • Coenzyme Q10 - CoQ10, ubiquinone, ubidecarerone
  • Colley, Michael C. - Retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral, former Pacific Fleet commander
  • Comoros - Islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of southeast Africa, ruled since 1976 by the Udzima wa Komori/Union des Comores
  • Conferences - Conferences, conventions and other periodic meetings
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of the - Territory in central Africa, ruled since 2006 by the République démocratique du Congo
  • Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) - Nutrient found in beef and dairy products
  • Cooley, Thomas McIntyre - Nineteenth century American lawyer and Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court
  • Cooper, Gary - American Oscar-winning actor, star of High Noon
  • Coppola, Francis Ford - American director and screenwriter, winner of Best Director Oscar for The Godfather: Part II
  • Costa-Gavras - Greek-born French film director, screenwriter and producer
  • Cuban, Mark - American entrepreneur, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and other businesses
  • Davis, Jefferson - President of the Confederate States of America
  • Dawkins, Richard - British zoologist, author of The Selfish Gene
  • Dayton, Sky - Founder of Earthlink and Boingo Wireless
  • De Havilland, Olivia - British-American actress, winner of two Oscar Best Actress awards
  • Dell, Michael - Founder and chairman of Dell, Inc.
  • Demento, Dr. - Radio DJ, hosts two-hours of "mad music and crazy comedy"
  • DeMille, Nelson - American bestselling mystery writer
  • Deming, W. Edwards - 20th century American statistician
  • De Niro, Robert - American Oscar-winning actor, starred in Raging Bull and Godfather II
  • De Soto, Hernando - Economist, founder of Instituto Libertad y Democracia
  • Devanter, Willis Van - Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in the early 20th century
  • D-Glucarate - Phytoextract found in some fruits and vegetables, may have cancer preventive properties
  • DHEA - Dehydroepiandrosterone. A hormone produced by the adrenal glands
  • Diabetes - Chronic metabolic disorder associated with reduced insulin levels, a hormone produced by the pancreas
  • Dicots - The Magnoliopsida class (botanical classification) of flowering plants whose seeds have two cotyledons
  • Dieting - Eating sparingly for health reasons, particularly to lose weight
  • Digestive Diseases - Disorders of the digestive organs
  • Digestive System - Organs involved in the digestion and assimilation of food
  • Directors and Producers - Film, TV and stage directors, producers and other crew
  • Diseases - Conditions of the body or its parts where normal functioning is impaired
  • Dixon, Michael - Management consultant, national chair of the U.S. Libertarian Party (2004- )
  • Djibouti - Territory in Africa, ruled since 1977 by the République de Djibouti
  • Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) - An omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil
  • Dominica - Island in the eastern Caribbean Sea, ruled since 1978 by the Commonwealth of Dominica
  • Dooling, Richard - American novelist, co-writer of Stephen King's "Kingdom Hospital" TV miniseries
  • Douglas, Melvyn - American stage and movie actor, winner of Oscar, Tony and Emmy awards
  • Downs, Hugh - Past host of the ABC News "20/20" newsmagazine, radio commentator for "Perspectives"
  • Dreyfuss, Richard - American actor, winner of Oscar for The Goodbye Girl
  • Drolet, Leon - State representative in the Michigan House of Representatives
  • Drucker, Peter F. - 20th century Austrian-born American author and professor of management
  • Drudge, Matt - Pioneer of Internet journalism, author of the "Drudge Report" news website
  • Dunaway, Faye - American movie actress, winner of Best Actress Oscar for Network
  • Dyson, Esther - Editor at large at CNET Networks, editor of technology newsletter Release 1.0
  • Eastwood, Clint - Movie actor and Oscar-winning director and producer
  • Edelstein, Michael E. - Clinical psychologist, author of Three Minute Therapy
  • Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) - An omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil
  • Elder, Larry - Talk radio host, "The Sage from South Central", syndicated columnist
  • Ellagic Acid - Phenolic compound found in red raspberries, strawberries and other fruits
  • Endocrine System - Thyroid, pituitary and other glands that produce hormones
  • Environmental - Organizations that study conservation, ecology and other environmental issues
  • Eritrea - Territory in northeast Africa, ruled since 1991 by the Hagere Ertra
  • Essential Fatty Acids - Omega-3 and Omega-6 EFAs
  • Evoy, Ken - President and CEO of SiteSell Inc., creator of Site Build It! web business system
  • Exercise - Physical activity to maintain or improve health
  • Fairfax, Virginia - Seat of Fairfax county, incorporated 1892, suburb of Washington, D.C.
  • Fencing - The sport of fighting with swords (foils, épees or sabers)
  • Field, Stephen Johnson - Nineteenth century American lawyer and Supreme Court Justice
  • Finch, Peter - British stage and film actor, winner of Best Actor Oscar for Network
  • Flake, Jeff - Arizona Senator
  • Flavonoids - Class of water-soluble plant pigments, such as isoflavones and anthocyanidins
  • Flood, Curt - Baseball outfielder with the St. Louis Cardinals during the 1960's
  • Flynn, Michael - American science fiction writer, winner of 1991 and co-winner of 1992 Prometheus Awards
  • Flynt, Larry - Publisher of Hustler magazine
  • Folate - Folic acid, member of the B-complex
  • Foley, Mark - Florida Congressman
  • Ford, Harrison - American movie actor, recipient of 2000 AFI Life Achievement Award
  • Ford, John - American movie director, winner of four Best Director Oscars
  • Forman, Milos - Czech movie director, won Oscars for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus
  • Foudy, Michael - Host of "America The Beautiful" and co-host of "Newsmaker" radio talk shows
  • Frezza, William A. - Founder and President of Wireless Computing Associates, General Partner in Adams Capital Management
  • Fuhrig, Brian Joseph - Professor of Economics and Finance at Golden Gate University
  • Fulks, Robbie - American country singer and songwriter
  • Fund, John H. - Columnist and editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal
  • Fylstra, Daniel H. - President of Frontline Systems, founder of VisiCorp
  • Gable, Clark - American movie actor, winner of Oscar for It Happened One Night
  • Gabon - Territory in west central Africa, ruled since 1991 by the République Gabonaise
  • Galloway, Don - TV and film actor, played Detective Ed Brown on the TV series "Ironside"
  • Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) - An omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid found in some plant seed oils
  • Garbo, Greta - Swedish-born Oscar-nominated Hollywood actress
  • Garlic - Allium sativum, a bulbous herb of the onion family
  • Garner, James - American film and TV actor
  • Garvey, Olive W. - American businesswoman, chairman of the board of Garvey, Inc.
  • Garvin, Glenn - The Miami Herald television critic, past contributing editor to Reason
  • Gibson, Mel - Actor and director, famed for the Lethal Weapon films
  • Gilmore, John - Co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Cygnus Solutions
  • Gladstone, William Ewart - Nineteenth century British Prime Minister
  • Glassman, James - Host of Tech Central Station website
  • Glutathione - Antioxidant, peptide of glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine
  • Goldstein, Al - Co-founder and publisher of Screw magazine
  • Gore, Al - Vice President of the United States, 1993-2001
  • Gravel, Mike - Former U.S. Senator from Alaska, 2008 Libertarian Party presidential aspirant
  • Green Party - United States
  • Greenspan, Alan - Former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (1987-2006)
  • Grenada - Islands in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, ruled since 1983 by the Monarchy of Grenada
  • Guinea - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1958 by the République de Guinée
  • Guinea-Bissau - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1974 by the República da Guiné-Bissau
  • Guinea, Equatorial - Territory in west central Africa, ruled since 1991 by the República de Guinea Ecuatorial
  • Guinness, Alec - Oscar-winning English stage and film actor
  • Guyana - Territory in northeast South America, ruled since 1980 by the Co-operative Republic of Guyana
  • Haberler, Gottfried - 20th century Austrian-born economist
  • Hackman, Gene - American actor, winner of Oscars for The French Connection and Unforgiven
  • Havel, Vaclav - First President of the Czech Republic
  • Heart - The muscular organ that pumps blood through the body
  • Herbs - Plants or plant parts used for medicinal purposes
  • Herrmann, Edward - Film, stage and television actor
  • Heston, Charlton - American movie actor, winner of Oscar for Ben-Hur
  • Hogan, James P. - British-born science fiction author, winner of the 1993 and 1983 Prometheus Awards
  • Hormones - Substances involved in the regulation of cellular and bodily functions
  • Houston, Sam - Nineteenth century American politician, governor of Texas and Tennessee
  • Humorists - Experts at satire and witticism
  • Hurt, John - Oscar-nominated English stage and film actor
  • Iberian Peninsula - Large peninsula in southwest Europe, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea
  • Illich, Ivan - 20th century philosopher, author of Deschooling Society
  • Indole-3-Carbinol - Phytochemical found in cruciferous vegetables
  • Innis, Roy - National Chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality (C.O.R.E.)
  • Italian Peninsula - Large peninsula in southern Europe, between the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic seas
  • Ivory Coast - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République de Côte d'Ivoire
  • Jevons, William Stanley - Nineteenth century English economist
  • Johnson, Charles W. - Web developer, left-libertarian writer, student of philosophy
  • Jones, Reginald G. - Founder of The Reggitainment Group, host of "Generation Now" radio program
  • Jongen, Hubert - President of Libertarian International and Libertarisch Centrum
  • Jouvenel, Bertrand de - 20th century French philosopher
  • Kahn, Alfred E. - Professor of economics, chairman of Civil Aeronautics Board in the late 1970s
  • Kaminsky, Stuart M. - Novelist, screenwriter, biographer, recipient of Edgar Allan Poe Award for A Cold Red Sunrise
  • Kay, Karen - American romance novelist of Choctaw Indian descent
  • Keaton, Diane - American film and stage actress, winner of Best Actress Oscar for Annie Hall
  • Kennedy Montgomery, Lisa - Former host of various MTV programs
  • Kingsley, Ben - British actor, Oscar winner for title role in Ghandi
  • Kiribati - Islands in the west central Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1979 by the Ribaberiki Kiribati
  • Klein, Daniel B. - Associate Professor of Economics at Santa Clara University
  • Knapp, Thomas L. - Publisher of Rational Review
  • Koch, David - Executive VP of Koch Industries, 1980 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate
  • Koman, Victor - American science fiction writer, winner of the 1997, 1990 and 1988 Prometheus Awards
  • Koontz, Dean - Bestselling novelist
  • Kopel, David B. - Attorney, author, research director of the Independence Institute
  • Kosovo - Territory in southeastern Europe, nominally ruled since 2008 by the Republika e Kosovës, but also claimed by the Republika Srbija
  • Kostelanetz, Richard - American writer, artist, critic and editor
  • Kramer, Kenny - Stand-up comedian who inspired the Cosmo Kramer character in "Seinfeld"
  • Krawchuk, Kenneth V. - Computer programmer, inventor, IT consultant, candidate for Pennsylvania Governor
  • Kubby, Steve - Author, 1998 LP California Governor candidate, 2008 LP U.S. President aspirant
  • Kubrick, Stanley - American film director, notable for Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odissey and other works
  • Kwiatkowski, Karen - Retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, columnist for MilitaryWeek.com
  • Lactoferrin - Glycoprotein isolated in cows milk, found in human mothers milk
  • Lail, Leah - TV and film actress, played Kay Simmons in the TV series "V.I.P."
  • Lamb, Brian - Founder and chief executive of the C-SPAN television network
  • Lark, James W. - Libertarian National Committee Chair 2000-2002, college campus organizer
  • Larroquette, John B. - Television actor, winner of Emmy awards for "Night Court"
  • Law Enforcement - Sheriffs and police officers
  • Leary, Denis - Stand-up comedian, TV and film actor, producer
  • Lee, Richard Henry - Signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, sixth president of the Continental Congress
  • Lee, Robert E. - Commander of the Confederate forces during the American War Between the States
  • Leigh, Vivien - Hollywood actress, winner of Oscars for Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Lesotho - Territory in southern Africa, ruled since 1966 by the Muso oa Lesotho
  • Lester, Jan Clifford - British professor of philosophy
  • Letterman, David - American comedian, host of "The Late Show with David Letterman"
  • Lewis, Chris - New Zealander tennis player, coach to Ivan Lendl, 1983 Wimbledon finalist
  • Liechtenstein - Territory in central Europe, ruled since 1866 by the Fürstentum Liechtenstein
  • Life Extension Foundation - Long-range goal is radical extension of the healthy human lifespan
  • Lima - Capital of Peru, founded 1535
  • Linaweaver, Brad - American science fiction writer, winner of the 1989 Prometheus Award
  • Longoria, Sam - Independent filmmaker and visual effects engineer
  • Lorenz, Douglas - Former Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus, founder of Lorenz Technologies
  • Lott, John R. Jr. - Economist, author
  • Lucas, George - American screenwriter and director, famous for the Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies
  • Machlup, Fritz - 20th century Austro-American economist
  • Mackey, John - Founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Whole Foods Market, Inc.
  • Mack, Richard - Former Sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., challenged "Brady Bill"
  • MacLeod, Ken - Scottish science fiction writer, winner of the 1998 and 1996 Prometheus Awards
  • Madonna - American singer, dancer and actress
  • Magicians - Prestidigitators and illusionists
  • Maher, Bill - Host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," creator of Comedy Central/ABC's "Politically Incorrect"
  • Malawi - Territory in southeast Africa, ruled since 1964 by the Dziko la Malaŵi
  • Maldives - Islands in the Indian Ocean, ruled since 1968 by the Dhivehi Raa'jeyge Jumhooriyya
  • Mali - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République du Mali
  • Malkin, Michelle - Syndicated columnist, recipient of 1998 Second Amendment Foundation's James Madison Award
  • Malthus, Thomas - 18th/19th century English economist
  • Mandela, Nelson - First President of South Africa after repeal of apartheid
  • Manion, Clarence E. - 20th century American, dean of the Law School at the University of Notre Dame
  • Margot, Sandra - Married name of former pornographic actress and wrestler Tyfanny Million
  • Markowitz, Harry M. - 20th century American economist, winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in economics
  • Marshall, Alfred - 19th century English economist
  • Marshall Islands - Group of islands in the central Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1986 by the Aolepān Aorōkin M̧ajeļ
  • Marshall, Paul - American singer, guitar/bass player and songwriter
  • Marx, Groucho - American Emmy-winning comedian, host of "You Bet Your Life"
  • Marx, Harpo - American comedian, one of the Marx Brothers, noted for silent roles and harp playing
  • Masters, Wiliam S. - Sheriff of San Miguel County, Colorado
  • Matalin, Mary - Political commentator, co-host of CNN's "Crossfire", host of "The Mary Matalin Show"
  • Mattern, Cody - Fencing instructor, winner of five national titles in épeé fencing
  • Mauritania - Territory in northwest Africa, ruled since 1960 by the al-Jumhūrīyah al-Islāmīyah al-Mūrītānīyah
  • May, Rex F. - Political cartoonist, pen-name: Baloo
  • McCain, John - Republican Senator from Arizona, 2008 Republican Presidential candidate
  • McCarthy, Kevin - American film, stage and TV actor, star of Invasion of the Body Snatchers
  • McKern, Leo - Australian-born English film, TV and stage actor
  • McPherson, Scott - Policy Advisor to the Future of Freedom Foundation
  • Means, Russell - American Indian Movement activist, actor, singer
  • Mediterranean Sea - Large inland sea between Eurasia and Africa
  • Melanie - American singer and songwriter
  • Melatonin - A hormone produced by the pineal gland
  • Mercer, Ilana - Freelance columnist, author of Broad Sides
  • Methuselah Mouse Prize - Awarded by the Methuselah Foundation to recognize technologies that slow or reverse the aging process
  • Meyer, Frank S. - 20th century American journalist, editor of National Review
  • Miami - Seat of Miami-Dade county, incorporated 1896
  • Michael, Terry - Founder and executive director of the Washington Center for Politics & Journalism
  • Micronesia, Federated States of - Group of islands in the Caroline Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1986 by the Federated States of Micronesia
  • Milan, Victor - American science fiction writer, winner of the 1986 Prometheus Award
  • Miller, Dennis - American stand-up comedian, Emmy award winner for "Dennis Miller Live"
  • Million, Tyfanny - Professional name of former porn actress Sandra Margot
  • Milsted, Carl S., Jr. - Physicist, author, libertarian theoretical activist (self-described)
  • Minerals - Inorganic substances needed in small amounts for health and growth
  • Moby - American techno and dance musician
  • Moldova - Territory in eastern Europe, ruled since 1991 by the Republica Moldova
  • Molecular Medicine - The diagnosis and treatment of disease at the molecular level
  • Molyneux, Stefan - Host of "Freedomain Radio," billed as "the largest and most popular philosophy show"
  • Monocots - The Liliopsida class (botanical classification) of flowering plants whose seeds have one cotyledon
  • Monteleone, Thomas F. - American novelist and editor, winner of Bram Stoker Award
  • Montenegro - Territory in the western Balkan Peninsula, ruled since 2006 by the Crna Gora
  • Montessori, Maria - Originator of the individualist Montessori educational method
  • Moore, Carol - Libertarian activist, speaker and writer
  • Moore, Stephen - President of the Free Enterprise Fund
  • Morgenstern, Oskar - 20th century German-born economist
  • Moriarty, Michael - American film and TV actor, winner of two Emmy Awards
  • Morley, Sean - Professional wrestler, a.k.a. Val Venis
  • Morris, Robert - Signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation and Constitution
  • Mosby, John S. - American Confederate fighter, known as the "Gray Ghost"
  • Mozambique - Territory in southeast Africa, ruled since 1975 by the República de Moçambique
  • Muller, Erich "Mancow" - Chicago-based syndicated radio "shock jock"
  • Mullis, Kary B. - 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for invention of the Polymerase Chain Reaction method
  • Multi-Nutrient Formulas - Supplement formulations containing several nutrients
  • Multivitamin Supplements - Supplements containing several vitamins and other nutrients
  • Murdoch, Lachlan - Former Deputy Chief Operating Officer of News Corporation
  • Murray, Bill - American comedian and movie and TV actor, Oscar-nominated for Lost in Translation
  • Muscular System - The muscles of the body
  • Musicians - Composers, singers or performers of music and songs
  • Namath, Joe - New York Jets quarterback, famous for Super Bowl III victory against the Baltimore Colts
  • National Tax Limitation Committee - Aims to limit and control taxes and spending at all levels of government
  • National Taxpayers Union - Nation's largest taxpayer group
  • Nauru - Island in the southwest Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1968 by the Ripublikee Naoero
  • Navratilova, Martina - Czech-born tennis player, winner of nine Wimbledon singles tournaments
  • Neal, Patricia - American Oscar-winning actress, portrayed Dominique Farcon in The Fountainhead
  • Neeson, Liam - Irish actor, Oscar-nominated for his title role in Schindler's List
  • Nelson, Willie - American country singer and songwriter
  • Nervous System - The brain, spinal cord and the nerves
  • Neurological Diseases - Disorders affecting the nervous system
  • Newman, Paul - Oscar winning American actor
  • Nexrutine® - Extract from the phellodendron tree with anti-inflammatory properties
  • Niacin - Vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid
  • Nicholson, Jack - American movie actor, winner of three Oscars and 1994 AFI Life Achievement Award
  • Niger - Territory in west central Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République du Niger
  • Niven, Larry - American science fiction writer, co-winner of 1992 Prometheus Award
  • Nixon, Mojo - American rock singer and musician
  • Nixon, Toby - State representative in the Washington state legislature
  • Nofziger, Lyn - American journalist, press secretary to President Ronald Reagan
  • Nolan, Gary - Nationally syndicated radio talk show host, 2004 Libertarian Presidential aspirant
  • Norman, John - Pen name of John Lange, professor of philosophy and author of the Gor novels
  • Novak, Michael - American author and theologian
  • Nutrients - Substances that promote growth in living organisms
  • Oglesby, Carl - American writer, author of Who Killed JFK?, past president of Students for a Democratic Society
  • O'Hara, Maureen - Irish-born red-haired Hollywood actress, starred in The Quiet Man
  • Olbermann, Keith - Host of the Countdown show on MSNBC
  • Otter, C.L. "Butch" - Governor of Idaho and former Congressman
  • Pacino, Al - American stage and movie actor, winner of Best Actor Oscar for Scent of a Woman
  • Paglia, Camille - American writer, author of Sexual Personae, professor of humanities
  • Palau - Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1978 by the Beluu er a Belau
  • Pantothenic acid - Vitamin B5
  • Papua New Guinea - Territory in the island of New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1975 by the Independent State of Papua New Guinea
  • Parker, Trey - Co-creator and executive producer of "South Park"
  • Pauling, Linus - Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1954) and Peace (1962)
  • Paul, Les - American guitarist, electric guitar designer
  • Pearson, Durk - Pioneer in life extension, expert in anti-aging research and brain biochemistry
  • Peikoff, Leonard - World's foremost authority on Objectivism
  • Perilla - Perilla frutescens, an herb of the mint family
  • Perilla Oil - Oil derived from the seeds of the Perilla frutescens
  • Peters, Tom - Management guru, co-author of In Search of Excellence
  • Phellodendron - Phellodendron amurense, cork tree, of the Rue family
  • Phillies, George - Professor of physics, 2008 Libertarian Party presidential aspirant
  • Phosphatidylserine - A phospolipid that is part of cell membranes
  • Piazza, Mike - Baseball catcher with the New York Mets
  • Pink, Daniel H. - Author, speaker, contributing editor at Wired magazine
  • Plant Oils - Oils extracted from vegetable seeds and other plant parts
  • Plants - Plantae or the Plant kingdom, the biological classification that includes ferns, flowers and trees
  • Plants, Flowering - The Magnoliophyta division (botanical classification) of plants that produce seeds through their flowers
  • Platt, Charles - British born writer, author of The Silicon Man
  • Political Action
  • Ponte, Lowell - Co-host of "The Wise Guys" radio show on Genesis Communications
  • Pope, Paul - American cartoonist and graphic novelist
  • Popper, John - Singer and harmonica player with the Blues Traveler quartet
  • Pournelle, Jerry - Co-winner (with Larry Niven and Michael Flynn) of 1992 Prometheus Award
  • Pratchett, Terry - British science fiction and fantasy author, winner of 2003 Prometheus Award
  • Prechter, Robert - Financial writer, expert on the Elliott Wave forecasting theory
  • Pregnenolone - Steroid found in animal tissues, precursor to various hormones
  • Prodos - Originator of the Walk for Capitalism
  • Prostate Cancer - Cancer affecting the male prostate gland
  • Proteins - Large molecules composed of amino acids, essential elements in cells and tissues
  • Pryce, Jonathan - British film and stage actor, starred as Sam Lowry in Brazil
  • Quercetin - Flavonol present in onions, red wine, green tea
  • Radio Hosts - Broadcast radio talk show, DJ and other hosts
  • Rains, Claude - British-born actor with a long career in Hollywood films
  • Rand, Carole Ann - Second president of the Advocates for Self-Government
  • Raymond, Eric S. - Open source software advocate, author of The Cathedral and the Bazaar
  • Reason Public Policy Institute - Promotes choice, competition, and a dynamic market economy
  • Reese, Charley - American journalist, syndicated columnist
  • Reproductive Diseases - Disorders affecting the reproductive organs
  • Reproductive System - The organs involved in sexual reproduction
  • Resorts - Destinations known for its leisure and recreational facilities
  • Respiratory System - The lungs and organs that exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide
  • Resveratrol - Phytochemical found in grapevines and other plants
  • Riboflavin - Vitamin B2
  • Rivers, Reggie - Denver Broncos running back
  • Robbins, Lionel C. - 20th century British economist
  • Robertson, Oscar - The "Big O", Basketball Hall of Famer, head of NBA Players Union 1965-74
  • Rodman, Dennis - Professional basketball player, NBA leader in rebounds for seven consecutive seasons
  • Rohrabacher, Dana - Republican congressman from California
  • Root, Wayne Allyn - Sports handicapper, co-founder, chairman and CEO of GWIN Inc.
  • Rosemond, John - American family psychologist and syndicated columnist
  • Rossetto, Louis - Founder and past publisher of Wired magazine
  • Royal, Lauren - American historical romance novelist
  • Rueff, Jacques - 20th century French economist
  • Ruprecht, David - Host of the "Supermarket Sweep" game show
  • Russell, Kurt - Film actor, played Snake Plissken in the Escape From New York/L.A. movies
  • Russo, Aaron - Oscar winning producer, 2004 Libertarian Presidential aspirant
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis - Islands in the West Indies, ruled since 1983 by the Monarchy of Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Saint Lucia - Island in the West Indies, ruled since 1979 by the Monarchy of Saint Lucia
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Islands in the West Indies, ruled since 1979 by the Monarchy of Saint Vincent and the Grenadine
  • Samoa - Islands in the southern Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1997 by the Malo Sa'oloto Tuto'atasi o Sāmoa
  • San Marino - Territory in south central Europe, ruled since 1631 by the Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino
  • São Tomé and Príncipe - Islands off the coast of western Africa, ruled since 1975 by the República Democrática de São Tomé e Príncipe
  • Schiff, Irwin A. - American author, tax protester, 1996 Libertarian Party presidential aspirant
  • Scholl, Hans - Member of the White Rose resistance group in Nazi Germany
  • Scholl, Sophie - Member of the White Rose resistance group in Nazi Germany
  • Schutz, Alfred - 20th century Austrian philosopher and sociologist
  • Scofield, Paul - English Oscar-winning film and stage actor, portrayed Sir Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons
  • Selenium - Symbol Se, element number 34. Inhibits fat oxidation
  • Selleck, Tom - Film and TV actor, starred in TV series "Magnum, P.I."
  • Sellers, Peter - British comedian and actor, best known as the original Inspector Cloiseau
  • Severin, Jay - Host of "Extreme Games" on Boston's 96.9 FM Talk radio (WTKK)
  • Shaw, Robert - English film and stage actor, portrayed shark hunter Quint in Jaws
  • Shaw, Sandy - Expert in anti-aging research and brain biochemistry
  • Shelton, Mike - Editorial cartoonist for the Orange County Register
  • Shermer, Michael - Founding publisher of Skeptic magazine, Executive Director of the Skeptics Society
  • Sierra Leone - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1971 by the Republic of Sierra Leone
  • Simmons, Randy T. - Political science professor, Mayor of Providence, Utah
  • Skeletal System - The bones, cartilage and joints
  • Slagle, Tim - Political satirist and stand-up comic
  • Slampyak, Ted - Comic strip artist, creator of the Jazz Age Chronicles, currently drawing the "Annie" strip
  • Smith, Fred L., Jr. - President and founder of the Competitive Enterprise Institute
  • Smith, L. Neil - American science fiction writer, three-time winner of the Prometheus Best Novel Award
  • Smith, Will - American TV and film actor, producer and rapper
  • Snow, Tony - Host of the "Tony Snow Show" on Fox News Radio
  • Software Engineers - Designers, implementers and testers of computer software
  • Solomon Islands - Archipelago in the western Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1978 by the Monarchy of the Solomon Islands
  • Sommers, Christina Hoff - Former philosophy professor, author of Who Stole Feminism?
  • Soos, Troy - American writer, author of the Mickey Rawlings historical baseball mysteries
  • Spielberg, Steven - American movie director and producer, Oscar winner for Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan
  • Spindler, Stephen R. - Professor of biochemistry at University of California, Riverside
  • Stallone, Sylvester - American actor and director, best known for portraying Rocky and Rambo
  • Stanhope, Doug - American stand-up comic, host of "The Man Show"
  • Stephan, Doug - Nationally syndicated radio host of the "Doug Stephan's Good Day" show
  • Stern, Howard - "The King of All Media"
  • Stewart, James - American film and stage actor with a long and distinguished career
  • Stone, Willis - Chair of the Liberty Amendment Committee, publisher of American Progress magazine
  • Sudan - Territory in northeast Africa, ruled since 1956 by the Jumhūrīyat as-Sūdān
  • Sudan, South - Territory in northeast Africa, nominally ruled since 2011 by the Republic of South Sudan
  • Suprynowicz, Vin - Assistant Editorial Page Editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, syndicated columnist
  • Suriname - Territory in northeast South America, ruled since 1975 by the Republiek Suriname
  • Sutherland, George - Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in the early 20th century
  • Swaziland - Territory in southeast Africa, ruled since 1968 by the Umbuso weSwatini
  • Sykes, Charles J. - Author, radio talk show host at WTMJ in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Tafel, Richard - Past Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans
  • Tajikistan - Territory in south central Asia, ruled since 1991 by the Cumhuriyi Tocikiston
  • Taussig, Frank William - Early 20th century professor of economics at Harvard University
  • Tax Reform - Organizations that attempt to reform or repeal tax laws
  • Teller - Shorter, quieter half of Penn and Teller magician duo
  • Testosterone - The principal male sex hormone
  • Thatcher, Margaret - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the 1980s
  • Theanine - Gamma-glutamylethylamide, L-theanine, amino acid found in tea
  • Thiamine - Vitamin B1
  • Thiel, Peter A. - Co-founder and former CEO of PayPal
  • Thomas, Clarence - Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1991
  • Thompson, Ed - Former Mayor of Tomah and candidate for Governor of Wisconsin
  • Tiemann, Michael - Co-founder of Cygnus Solutions; Vice President, Open Source Affairs for Red Hat Inc.
  • Timor, East - Territory in islands in southeast Asia, ruled since 2002 by the Repúblika Demokrátika Timór-Leste
  • Togo - Territory in western Africa, ruled since 1960 by the République Togolaise
  • Tonga - Archipelago in the southwest Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1970 by the Puleʻanga Fakatuʻi ʻo Tonga
  • Trimethylglycine - Betaine, quaternary ammonium salt found in sugar beets
  • Turkmenistan - Territory in west central Asia, ruled since 1991 by a homonymous republic
  • Turner, Ted - Founder of the Cable News Network
  • Tuvalu - Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1978 by the Monarchy of Tuvalu
  • Uzbekistan - Territory in west central Asia, ruled since 1991 by the O‘zbekiston Respublikasi
  • Vanuatu - Islands in the southern Pacific Ocean, ruled since 1980 by the Ripablik blong Vanuatu
  • Varley, John - American science fiction author, winner of 1999 Prometheus Award
  • Vassilaros, Dimitri - Editorial page columnist for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
  • Vaughan, Jimmie - Texas blues guitarist
  • Ventura, Jesse - Professional wrestler, former governor of Minnesota
  • Vinge, Vernor - American science fiction writer, winner of the 2000 and 1987 Prometheus Awards
  • Vinpocetine - Semi-synthetic derivative of the periwinkle plant
  • Vitamin A - Retinol, retinoic acid
  • Vitamin B12 - Cobalamin
  • Vitamin C - Ascorbic acid
  • Vitamin D - Calciferol, cholecalciferol
  • Vitamin E - Alpha, beta, gamma, delta tocopherols and tocotrienols
  • Vitamins - Organic substances essential to human health
  • Wachowski, Lilly - Film director, screenwriter and producer, known with sister Lana for The Matrix franchise and V for Vendetta
  • Walker, Jesse - Managing editor of Reason magazine
  • Walker, Jimmie - Actor and comedian, famous for the phrase "Dyn-o-mite!"
  • Walker, Johnny - Guitarist and vocalist for the blues group Soledad Brothers
  • Waller, Robert James - American novelist, author of bestseller The Bridges of Madison County
  • Walras, Leon - Nineteenth century French economist
  • Washington, Booker T. - 19th/20th century African American teacher
  • Waters, Robert A. - Gun rights advocate
  • Wayne, John - The "Duke": American actor, Oscar winner for True Grit
  • Weaving, Hugo - Film and stage actor, known for The Matrix, V for Vendetta, The Lord of the Rings, and The Hobbit
  • Weir, Peter - Australian film director noted for Gallipoli, Dead Poets Society and The Truman Show
  • Welch, Matt - Editor in Chief of Reason magazine
  • Welles, Orson - American stage, film and radio actor, known for his The War of the Worlds broadcast
  • Wheaton, Wil - Film and TV actor, played Wesley Crusher in "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
  • Wicksell, Knut - 19th/20th century Swedish economist
  • Wieser, Friedrich von - 19th/20th century Austrian economist
  • Williams, Evan - Creator of the Blogger weblog publishing service
  • Williams, Larry - Commodities trader, publisher of Commodity Timing
  • Wilson, Brian M. - Radio talk show host, author
  • Wilson, F. Paul - American science fiction author, winner of the 1979 Prometheus Award
  • Winger, Richard - Editor and publisher of Ballot Access News, expert on ballot access legal issues
  • Wohler, Will - President and founder of Wohler Technologies, Inc.
  • Wolf, Naomi - American author and political consultant
  • Wood, Natalie - American movie actress, portrayed Maria in the West Side Story film
  • Wrestling - Greco-roman, freestyle, sumo, judo
  • Yoakam, Dwight - Country music perfomer
  • Young Americans for Liberty - Spin-off group from Students for Ron Paul
  • Young, Joe - Guitarist for ANTiSEEN
  • Zambia - Territory in south central Africa, ruled since 1964 by the Republic of Zambia
  • Zappa, Frank - American composer, singer and guitar player
  • Zimmermann, Philip R. - Creator of the Pretty Good Privacy email encryption software
  • Zinc - Symbol Zn, element number 30. Essential nutrient for growth and immunity
  • Zweig, Martin - Financial author and investment manager