I did call drug possession and prostitution non-crimes, of course, so my libertarian credentials are still good. I've always been pro-life.
And thanks for the complement.
Isn't that selective morality? Abortion is immoral because the result is a violent death of an innocent and defenseless human being. Prostitution is also immoral because it reduces a person to an object, dehumanizing them at a base level. And drugs speak for themselves.
While it is true that laws have never completely stopped any action in society, this is not an acceptable excuse to legalize the action. Conversely, if making a thing legal were the answer to crime we could simply make everything legal and all crime would be brought under control.
Legalizing drugs, prostitution, or any other immoral action will not make society better, but make it worse. The legalization of such immoral acts only initially make law enforcement easier because fewer people are arrested, tried and jailed. But, eventually immorality breeds immorality without improving society.
If you want less government, then you should fight to retain what remains of our foundational culture.