Freedom quest of Zork (the) Hun. And I thought my blog title was too long. Despite the title, Zork (if I can call the author that) is a self described social libertarian. While I don't agree with everything that I've read so far on his blog, there's a lot there that makes sense.
Reading it and agreeing with it does not make me think that I am becoming more libertarian in my beliefs. It reminds me that modern conservatism (properly applied) or classical liberalism has much in common with libertarianism. If it were viewed as a Venn Diagram, there would be significant overlap (intersection) but not a complete union. But it doesn't matter if a viewpoint is forwarded by a conservative or a libertarian - if it makes sense, it makes sense. Common sense transcends labels anyway.
Zork makes a lot of sense, and it's worth checking out his blog. He's a fellow Canadian (Hungarian by birth, but clearly Canadian) and not a fan of socialized medicine (for example). He tackles issues in a logical way, something I used to do more often when I had more time to devote to longer essay type posts to this blog.
If you get a chance, head over and check out his blog - it's worth the read.