Libertarianism is a topic I'm mildly interested in.. just not enough to do actual research. =p
I don't think it's possible to get there from here. I also believe wholeheartedly that no proponent of Libertarianism actually knows what the fuck is actually going on in the world, otherwise I would expect to see several idea markers.
I'm not going to explain what Libertarianism is, or even summarize it. I'll just note random arguments that have interested me.
The state as a force for violence ∞
This seems to be a core idea, notably that taxation is state-sanctioned violence.
Ignoring the taxation issue, I do want to bring up what I think is a complementary angle.. Lobbying.
Lobbying is violence by proxy.
TODO - The missing pieces in Libertarianism ∞
Why can't we get there from here?