Apparently I'm a libertarian: 80% on personal self-government, 60% on economic self-government.
Military service should be voluntary. (No draft): Agreed. Conscription has become far too uneconomical in this age of steep learning curves, and is a relic of a bygone era when people were more trusting of their elected representatives.
Government should not control radio, TV, the press or the Internet: Agreed. Many broadcast regulations date back to the days when rooftop aerials, TVs with two dials on the front and using microwave relays to distribute network programming were considered state-of-the-art, and bandwidth was scarce. Time to clean house.
Repeal regulations on sex for consenting adults: Controversial, but agreed. If consenting adults want to have fivesomes, etc. in the privacy of the home, that's their beeswax.
Drug laws do more harm than good. Repeal them: Maybe decriminalization would be better in the case of things like marijuana. Go after drugs as a public health issue.
People should be free to come and go across borders; to live and work where they choose: Maybe -- actually, a conditional yes. If people can pass a thorough security check and are employable and can provide verifiable character references, why not make it easier for them to move around. With the red tape they must face, you'd think such people were undesirables.
Businesses and farms should operate without govt. subsidies: Agreed. Bad policy, in the name of good politics, has only aggravated farming's woes. Subsidies and bailouts for other business are undesirable as well -- outside of extraordinary circumstances, such as Sept. 11, subsidies and bailouts encourage bad business habits.
People are better off with free trade than with tariffs: Agreed. Nations that encourage international trade have historically enjoyed stronger long-term economic growth and rises in living standards than those who retreat behind protectionist walls, in spite of the initial uncomfortable readjustment that adopting free trade requires.
Minimum wage laws cause unemployment. Repeal them: The theory sounds good, but in practice would cause a political firestorm while only creating a handful of jobs at best. Only a suicidally foolhardy government would attempt it. On balance, no. It's not worth it.
End taxes. Pay for services with user fees: Maybe some revenue collection can be shifted from one to another, but to shift the whole load from one to the other is impractical. It would be better to simplify taxation.
All foreign aid should be privately funded: Maybe -- yes for general-purpose aid, which should be tied to conditions and accountability on its use. I don't mind publicly funded emergency aid, e.g., arranging to send doctors to a disaster area where they are urgently needed.