Here's a link to a talk given by John Mackey, founder of Whole Foods. While I didn't agree with his take on the cause of war, I really related to his ideas about the freedom movement, personal responsibility and personal growth. I think this might stir up some good discussion.
I think he drops the ball on his talk about peace through commerce. Like many in the peace movement, he fails to mention the connection to central banking cartels and war. He also doesn't mention the link between illegal drugs and war. He really drops the ball here, because in a libertarian society (legalized drugs) there would not be excessive profits to be gained from the drug trade, thereby eliminating drug related violence.
As a liberal turned libertarian, I continually am dissatisfied with both left and right political groups, who invariably want to point the finger of blame at the other end of the political spectrum rather than trying to understand and recruit those on the other side. I think this talk is a good example of looking at things from someone elses perspective. Hope others here will share their perspective so we can get a better picture of the whole.