I'm starting a libertarian club at my university in Australia. If anyone could link me to a place where I can download good newbie videos under 20 minutes, I'll upload it to the facebook group for our club. It shouldn't be copyright restricted material or anything like that. Thanks
I've always found Milton Friedman to be quite a good speaker for new people to Libertarianism.
"Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats." - H.L. Mencken.
Well, from my side, I would suggest stefbot videos (look on YouTube, search from screaming titles, hehe). It's perfectly good introduction (in my opinion, of course) to anarchist moral philosophy. You won't get good economy lessons, though (in that case I am newbie too and still read a lot of different books/essays). But from moral standpoint and just anarchism in general - he is the best.
(english is not my native language, sorry for grammar.)
I agree with MaikU on the recommendation of Stefbot's videos. I also recommend this video called "The Philosophy of Liberty": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muHg86Mys7I
Good call, Brian.
Sukrit, some longer videos which i also like quite a bit are Friedman's Freedom to Choose series. they are about an hour each, but very informative and interesting. Perhaps mention this to them so they could look it up on their own free time?