I have some reservations of it, but you can read the whole article here:
Further, as Rothbard has forcefully argued, free-market capitalism serves no more than a symbolic purpose for the Republican Party and for conservatives. Economic liberty is the utopia that they keep promising to bring us, pending the higher priority of blowing up foreign peoples, jailing political dissidents, crushing the left wing on campus, and routing the Democrats.
Once all of this is done, they say, then they will get to the instituting of a free-market economic system. Of course, that day never arrives, and it is not supposed to. Capitalism serves the Republicans the way Communism served Stalin: a symbolic distraction to keep you hoping, voting, and coughing up money.
The article also mentions some books that are needed to educate people about libertarian policies and to get people away from socialistic policies.
I agree that both Democrats and Republicans are basically using politics to keep the other in check, and they hardly look out for the American people, but what really astounded me is that most of Asia and the Middle East (including Democratic nations) saw the break-up of the Soviet Union as a bad thing. I’ve always thought that capitalism is a good thing, but not to the point of libertarianism. Still, this is an article that should be read through, no matter what your policies are.