>Pro-eugenics. Contrary to widespread misconception, eugenics doesn't necessarily necessitate the indiscriminate genocide of select "unfit" groups, but can be effectively implemented by pressuring undesirable sects of a given demography to forgo procreation. Prisoners (specifically those with an extensive history of violent behavior) should be given the option of parole, but must submit to permanent sterilization beforehand (with lifers being denied this one-time boon of administrative generosity for obvious reasons). Welfare should not encourage financially-unstable mothers to produce more offspring, but rather should punish them for careless reproduction, with the sanctions increasing geometrically with each successful birth that they subject the state to. Deadbeat fathers that harbor a penchant for siring multiple children without any intent of providing for any of them may opt to have their child support duties wavered by submitting to castration. Those that retain a measurable echelon of diminished cognitive ability (low IQ, mental retardation, autism, ect) should be offered monitory compensation in exchange for willing sterilization.
The promotion of a culture that reinforces civility, order, comradeship, duty, and productivity would gradually result in a progressive society of pristine quality as generations come and go, while high IQ persons should be encouraged to reproduce with those of similar stock.
Naturally, I'm all for selective-abortion.
>Anti-multiculturalism. Suffice to say, it doesn't work very well. One of the core facets of the human condition demonstrates that human beings do not respond well to foreign peoples and their foreign cultures. You know, "in-group bias" and all of that. An excellent contemporary example of the limits (and failings) of multiculturalism can be easily found within Europe. The natives of many European sovereign states seem to be growing quite wary of their non-native populations due to a dramatic influx in crime and the guest population's overt rejection of the host nation's standards.
I'd rather enjoy sticking to my own kind and my own culture. I'll taste yours when it tickles my fancy.
>Pro-gun ownership. Long live the Second Amendment.
>Pro-racial segregation. Ethnically and racially homogeneous societies have been shown to be (on average) the happiest of societies.
Libertarian perhaps? Who knows, but while I'm not against capitalism, my thoughts begin to change when I come across things like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership