Would this be considered libertarianism? If so, any specific ideology/type?
What services should be provided by the government?
Law enforcement, military, courts, emergency services, and limited/necessary border security.
What are my social views?
With regard to policy, I am completely 100% libertarian (edit: I am pro-life, though, but I strongly believe that being pro-life is in line with libertarianism). Personally, I am mixed, progressive on certain issues but probably conservative on more issues. Again, though, policy-wise I am completely libertarian, with abortion arguably being an exception, although I don’t see it that way.
What are my economic views?
I support free market laissez faire capitalism, deregulation, free trade, and abolishing the IRS and the federal reserve. I believe taxes should only be used for direct protection of citizens’ rights to life, liberty, and private property and anything else is theft.
What are my foreign policy views?
I believe in a strong military to defend and protect our country, our closest allies, and her citizens. I do not believe in using the military to further our interests, only to protect ourselves, our closest allies, and our rights. When dealing with terrorists, it may be necessary to intervene in other countries, but it must be because they pose a serious threat to us. I believe in extreme circumstances, such as if war was declared against our closest allies, that we have a duty to help them, so long as that duty is mutual, they’re willing to help us, too. In most circumstances, though, I would rather see our nation supporting our closest allies through diplomatic means.
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