There is a lot going on, but rather than add my two cents to all that is out there, I would rather toss out some food for thought.
Posit: The government that governs best, governs least. What, therefore, is the ideal amount and type of government? What is essential to providing the guarantee of contracts (which is a/the core function of government) between individuals?
Posit: Key to the Libertarian view is the idea that the ultimate property right is control of one’s own body and life. Two questions for the day. What are the reasonable limits, if any, on this right in regards governance and society? What limits, if any, are there on defense of that life and those rights if threatened physically or politically?