What does it mean to be "Libertarian"?
Libertarians support freedom, liberty, non-aggression and voluntary association. Libertarianism is the advocacy of a government that is built voluntarily by the community and limited in scope to protecting individuals from coercion and violence from others. Libertarians have the view that personal and economic freedom of the individual are crucial to long-term prosperity, security, sustainability, and diversity.
With the introduction of the Internet, Libertarian policies are more valid than they've ever been before. Never before in history has the individual had more of a chance to take in information, to speak, and to make their voices heard to the world. This means there is literally more of a direct connection between the individual and the solution to a problem.Read More