Many people have a a hard time understanding what it means to be Libertarian because the two-party system is so ingrained that we don't often consider anything else. Could you even consider a libertarian as a candidate? Could you even consider that you might have libertarian leanings? Try this test and see for yourself.
I believe that to understand the complexity of issues it will take more than just say the words reform, conservative, progressive, choice, and fair. There has to be substance behind the ideas. There will be more issues than the three headlined above and this section will provide details to what I think could be done along with how to get them done. One thing for certain, these ideas will be innovative in concept and will represent real changes to governance based on the idea of individual liberty.
I will also provide details responses to the platform to include those items that I disagree with the national platform. This might seem like an unlikely approach but the Libertarian Party encourages the individual to think and present their ideas on the stage for others to consider and not to be in a locked step approach. THIS might just be the remedy to the idea of "draining the swamp."
The first two documents describe my views with respect to the National and Texas Libertarian Party platforms. Future documens will cover issues in detail.