Results for: Libertarian

In Libertarianism

What is a libertarian?

A libertarian is a person who believes in the doctrine of freewill. It is also known as classical liberal perspective forindividual well-being, prosperity, and social harmony. (MORE)
In Libertarianism

What is Libertarianism?

It is the philosophy that a person has the absolute rights to theirown person. That they are free to do what they wish as long as itdoes not harm another person. A libertarian (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What is a civil libertarian?

It is unclear where or how the term 'civil libertarian' actually came about. The term is mostly used by people who are attempting to describe other peoples politics of which t (MORE)
In US Constitution

What do the Libertarians believe?

To put it simply, Libertarians believe that you have the right to live your life as you wish, without the government interfering -- as long as you don't violate the rights of (MORE)
In Founding Fathers

What do libertarians stand for?

Libertarians believe in SELF-government, and in personal freedom. Governments in general are a necessary evil, to be tolerated and strictly limited. Personal freedom should to (MORE)
In Libertarianism

Is libertarian a party?

While libertarianism is a political philosophy, there is a Libertarian Party. there website is
In Children and the Law

Are libertarians prolife?

Libertarians are for ultimate personal freedom with the least amount of government control. Therefore a libertarian government would not interfere in someones choice in having (MORE)
In Libertarianism

What are subgroups of libertarians?

Their are Objectivists, Anarcho-Capitalists, followers of Friedmen, Jeffersonians, Aristolians,and Philosophes. Their are probably a lot more options then that.
In Libertarianism

What are the libertarians?

Basically, it's the combination of being fiscally conservative and socially liberal (keeping government out of things as much as possible). However, it isn't anarchy. Libertar (MORE)
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What does libertarian stand for?

They stand for lower taxes, less government regulations, pro-life stances, legalizing drugs for consenting adults, right to guns, freedom of marriage, and the least amount of (MORE)