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Yes, of course, libertarians are against censorship. We believe people should be free to do as they wish as long as they don't commit acts of violence against another person or his property. As for the environment, we believe that it should be illegal to pollute another person's property. That would be an act of aggression. Obviously, it is a complex issue, and you get knee deep in the complexities of libertarian theory when you delve into our views on the environment, but it is safe to say that we also want to live in a clean world. If you check out that site you'll find much on environmental issues, as well as answers to any other question you would have about the libertarian philosophy.

Before delving into a specific issue, though, I would recommend a few books that lay out our main principles so that you can better understand how we come to the positions that we do. Most of these books you can get for free at mises.org in their literature section.

Libertarianism Today by Jacob Huebert
For a New Liberty by Murray Rothbard
The Ethics of Liberty by Murray Rothbard
The Market For Liberty by Morris and Linda Tannehill
and Democracy The God That Failed by Hans Hermann Hoppe

I lived most of my life as a pretty die hard liberal, but those books completely changed my life. If you ever do have questions, feel free to friend me on facebook. I'd be more than happy to help in any way I can. I love the discussion of ideas more than anything so don't hesitate to ask whatever you like. If I know the answer I'll tell you, and if I can't explain it well enough then I can point you in the right direction.

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George R.R. Martin
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