To understand this post make sure to read this article about Elizabeth Warrens 11 Progressive Commandments.
While many libertarians like to keep it simple with basically one rule, the NAP (Non-Aggression Principle). I figured I'd take my stab at a good set of Libertarian commandments
# 1 - Individuals have the right to make choices regarding their property
(body, fruit of labor, justly acquired property)
# 2 - Individuals don't have the right to make choices regarding the property of others
# 3 - Individuals have the right to enter voluntary contracts of their liking with each other and have those contracts judged by a body of their mutual choosing
# 4 - Violence is only legitmatley used as a response to violence, The Initiation of Violence is NEVER just
# 5 - Markets are an efficient and more equitable way to distribute wealth than the alternative, and markets are an efficient conduit of knowledge. Individuals have a right to voluntarily form markets where they are demanded