Join us for a friendly agree-to-disagree discussion on national and world events. Topics include: How does one hold to libertarian principles while supporting the national security and homeland security of the U.S. and protecting the nation's just interests around the world? In a dangerous world, must we choose between security and freedom? Must we abandon the goal of "peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none"? Let's work together to develop the principles of "Libertarian Realism" (as it's been called) -- assessing threats with open eyes and clear minds, seeking free trade and open engagement with the world, safeguarding the homeland while protecting civil liberties, and practicing restraint and the responsible avoidance of armed conflict.