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Ask Me Anything: Libertarianism Explained!

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I have seen a few people throwing around the term "Libertarianism" lately, and others who are confused about what that means.  Seeing as how I am an ambassador of capitalism, a custodian of pure classical liberalism philosophy, and a herald of the coming libertarian revolution, I thought it might be a good idea to create a thread for answering questions.  :tw_yum:

Of course, others can answer questions too.  I will get us started with some topics, but feel free to bring up anything.

 

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Things Libertarians are for:

Life, Liberty, Private Property, Absolute free speech, Peaceful free trade, Freedom of association, Speedy and accessible courts, Police dedicated to preservation of freedom, A strong military to defend domestic freedom, Freedom of religion.

Things Libertarians are against:

Violence, Limited Liability for Corporations, Government-issued money and restrictions on gold, Progressive taxes (high earners pay a higher rate), Government interference in the market (restrictions on agriculture , medicine, science, etc.), Intellectual Property (Copyrights, Patents), Licensing of businesses and professions (Doctors, Architects, Lawyers), Zoning and building codes, Government run monopolies (Utilities, Schools, Roads), Restrictions on trade (import & export duties), Re-distribution of wealth via welfare programs (Food stamps, government housing, medicare/Medicaid), Government ownership of land for non-military purposes (Public parks/forests/BLM), Immigration quotas, Offensive wars and interference in foreign affairs.

What else?

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6 minutes ago, nativetenn said:

Are you a fan of the Congo?

 

Edit: Nvm that's Namibia

Yes, a fan of both Congo and Namibia, also Trinidad and Tobago.  Basically any country that has a diagonal stripe on their flag.

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