The Free Trade Party supports personal sovereignty and free markets, unencumbered by taxes and regulation, in a Common Law context.
Global free trade and movement of people are essential for optimal human peace, prosperity, and happiness.
The only law that is justifiable in a free society is the Common Law, as determined by judges or arbiters agreed to in advance by property protection agencies and parties to contracts.
There should be no taxes on trade or transactions. "Taxes" should only be assessed on real property, and they should be voluntary. In other words, governments should compete for a share of a free market in property protection.