I’m one of those few people on the Internet that are moderate libertarians.
There are very few regulations that I support, but the ones I do, I support wholeheartedly. An example would be the Pure Food and Drug Act, epidemiology and disease control, pollutant controls, etc. Another example is I strongly support occupational certification, but strongly oppose occupational licensing. I strongly oppose public administration of education, but strongly support public funding of education, so long as the actual education part is not influenced by the government.
I strongly oppose general stimulus spending, but I moderately support specific, targeted, and progressive infrastructure development.
I believe that every problem has the right amount of regulation, and the right type of regulation, and that the majority of problems and issues are regulated too much rather than too little, or regulated in the wrong way. I believe that all regulations should be reviewed and passed by citizens groups that have no conflicts of interest, ideally, as juries are taken from the citizenry at large.
When I say I oppose regulations, what I am actually saying would probably be more along the lines of, “I oppose regulations that have even the slightest bit of special interest involvement, either implicitly or explicitly.” I believe government should be impartial, and act both in intent and actuality in the strict interest for the general well-being of society, favoring no institution over the other in administration, either implicitly or explicitly.
I am a “progressive” Republican, and believe in strictly enforcing obscenity laws, and believe in few regulations, but with the regulations that are truly necessary, strict enforcement. (I’m not one of those “if it feels good do it” libertarians).