The Boundaries of Libertarianism?
Hello Friends and Liberty Folk,
I have been interested in the Liberty movement since about the time that John Kasich dropped out of the 2016 running and Gary Johnson made his debut on my truck’s bumper stickers. I have done quite a lot since then – and I’ve learned even more.
Through my introduction to people like Thomas Paine, Austin Petersen, and Friedrich Hayek – I’ve got some questions.
I’ve seen some loud L’s constantly berating people who aren’t 100% bought in to the whole “Taxation is Theft” / Disband every governmental program / Who needs any regulations – – – type of libertarianism. My question and the instigator for this post – is to see where the Learn Liberty folk would draw the line for what is necessary to be considered to fall under the banner. I’d love to see some personal lists of what would be necessary to be considered a Libertarian. I can only imagine that some would just say “love liberty” while others will have a ten or twenty bullet pointed list. Either is fine – – just trying to get a better idea!
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