On this page I'll refer you to other sources of information that you should be aware of if you want to keep yourself free.
The 10 Big Lies About America and The 5 Big Lies About American Business by Michael Medved. If you want to be fully armed to engage in debate with liberals, then these two books are essential reading. They will give you all of the facts and figures you need to dispell the lies they will tell you, and to disperse many of the myths that I am sure are swimming around in your head.
Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Atlas Shrugged is not just essential reading for all people who do not want to be slaves, but you can't call yourself a conservative without having read it. Yet under no circumstances should you read it without first reading Fountainhead. I'll wager anything that if you are someone who started Atlas Shrugged but never finished it, then you are also someone who has not read Fountainhead. Atlas Shrugged is a large book, and could be an arduous journey if your spirit hasn't first been lifited by Fountainhead.
Hot Air This is the web site I go to almost daily to counteract the demagogues on the left and the right in mainstream media. It has a definate rightward leaning to it, but they skewer things like the 'birthers,' so I'm more inclind to trust them. One of their main contributors is an atheist, but I don't hold that against him. This website begins with the 'We Pick, You Click' section where they track down important things happening on the web, including the liberal screeds that you should be aware of. It is always my first stopping point in keeping myself informed on anything political.
The Mount Vernon Statement I spend a great deal of this web book advocating conservatism and extolling what our Founding Fathers established in this country, but what exactly is conservatism, and what did they establish? This website has a document that does the best job in promoting Conservative Beliefs, Values and Principles that I have found.