Gil Guillory discusses why thrift is the beginning of liberty and order. Sounds a little like why the love of money is the root of all evil, and not just having money. Some people miss that distinction.
And also from Lew Rockwell, Wendy McElroy discusses the faux libertarian justification for war. Interesting analysis.
Granted, much true libertarianism is purely theory. But I think there’s a reason why it seems so utopian, yet seems like it could work and would be most favorable for everyone if practiced in its entirety. I think that’s how the Kingdom of God would look when it fully comes on earth. People are free to do what they will do, they are not lorded over by corrupt governments and corrupt men trying to gain as much power as possible. But with this freedom, people act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with their God.
Maybe that’s why I’m drawn to libertarianism?