I’ve read the book Free is Beautiful: Why Catholics Should be Libertarian, by Randy England.
He makes a case that Catholics not only can be, but should be, libertarian. He distinguishes this as small “l” libertarian, as opposed to blindly following the Libertarian party platform. He has a whole chapter that seems to very solidly make the case that, due to the non-aggression principle, being pro-life is a very libertarian position (and he covers many nuances in the arguments against).
So, I’m curious to see what thoughts there are on this forum. I don’t have the book memorized, so I can’t speak for the author’s views during this discussion, but happy to throw in my own :twocents: occasionally.
I was certain this would have been discussed before, but didn’t find the thread through a simple search, so apologies if it is old ground.