Vote for the Liberty Video Award has conducted a contest for the best liberty video of 2012. There were four categories: Best Narrative, Best Docu-mini, Best Lesson in Economics, and Most Humorous. The winners in those categories have been chosen, and now it is time to select the overall winner. Here are the contestants, starting with Best Narrative, a stirring video about immigration and the American Dream from the LIBRE Initiative titled “My American Experience”:

In the Best Docu-mini category, The Institute for Justice’s “Caveman Blogger Fights for Free Speech and Internet Freedom”:

The Best Lesson in Economics category was won by The Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics’ “I, Smartphone,” an excellent update of the classic “I, Pencil.”

And, finally, in the Most Humorous category, Crony Chronicles’ “I Want to Be a Crony.” “I want to Be a Crony” was produced by our friend Justin Folk, who won the Power Line Prize (not to mention the less-prestigious Doritos Super Bowl ad competition); we posted it last year:

These are four excellent pro-freedom videos. Go here to vote for your favorite.

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