We certainly have our place and I would say our goal is to attain "goodness".
And that's attached to morality...and morality is really common sense...You don't kill babies in the womb.
You’re confused Mr. Anarchydeluxe (is that ever an appropriate name for a libertarian), as “ liberals, progressives, statists, whatever you choose to name them” (I call them what they are: “atheists”) follow the same social policies libertarians do: pro abortion, pro homosexuality, pro open borders, pro legalization of drugs, just to name a few.
When it comes to your free market ideals (cha ching, $ is what it’s all about right?), that is where you differ.
"An idea so stupid, only an intellectual would conceive of it."
I just read some excellent excerpts from Thomas Sowell’s new book, Intellectuals and Society. It addresses this matter. Looks like a great read - I’m afraid I may have to break down and buy it!
College can broaden one's mind by opening new avenues of inquiry and interest, without a person's character being changed. Unfortunately, many young people go into college, and become indoctrinated by leftist, elitist professors, and come out sneering at everyone who doesn't share their particular worldview. In those cases, a higher education didn't do a thing for them, because that's just as juvenile an attitude as they had when they entered the college.
Isn’t it amazing how an âuneducated, redneck snowbillyâ like Sarah Palin consistently outsmarts the âeducated classâ elitists?