This sounds exciting. I have become more libertarian-ish due to several influences about which I will post at at a later date. Certainly, as a Christian, the easiest libertarian viewpoint for me to support is the anti-war stance.
From the Washington Times:
"President Obama has continued to embroil the nation in more conflicts overseas in the years since the previous Administration departed. However, this week a new Institute emerged, founded by former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul, offering an alternative to Washington’s current foreign policy discussions. Paul’s new Institute, The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, seeks not only to challenge neoconservative and hawkish rhetoric, but will attempt to unite conservatives, liberals, progressives, libertarians and the American people towards a more sensible approach to foreign affairs."
Ron Paul is a great guy and his views on war, abortion, prohibition of drugs, and economics are pretty good. See the website: The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity