Welcome, Liberaltarians!

This site was created in the hopes of becoming an open, group blog for the growing demographic of self-identified “liber(al)tarians” to exchange thoughts, ideas, and conversation about what exactly a liber(al)tarian is, and how this plays out in American and global politics.

If you’d like to contribute to the discussion, you can do so in one of two ways:

  1. Comment on articles, and engage in (friendly) discussion with the writer of each post.  Anyone can do this, liberaltarian or otherwise.  You don’t need to register or log in to comment.
  2. Post an article.   We’d ask that this be limited to those who self-identify as liberaltarian.  To post an article, just register (link in the right sidebar) as a user of the site, and then log in.  For now, the default role for anyone who registers is as “author” which gives the ability to write and post articles on this site.  If you have any difficulties doing so, please email me:  neal at mrlocke dot net.

Finally, if you’re interested in helping to build this community, let’s use the comment section of this particular post to talk about what this website should/shouldn’t be, as well as ideas for other ways for us to explore liberaltarian thought in community.  Looking forward to the conversation!

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#1 Joe Locke on 10.05.08 at 3:17 pm

Some ideas for the blog:

Explore liberaltarinism as it relates to other points of interest.

Review what others elsewhere are saying about liberaltarianism.

Aim to avoid too strict of a definition.

Seek to explore the diversity of opinions of those that identify as liberaltarians.

Explore possible positions liberaltarians might take and follow them through to their logical conclusions

Expand liberaltarian thought.

Explore points of consensus between those that self-identify as liberaltarain.

Compare and contrast liberaltarian thought with other schools of thought.

Discuss issues important to liberaltarians.

Discuss current events from a liberaltarian perspective.

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