So my position is basically the following (very high level), listed as sort of statements (you decide on the label):
1. All forms of centralized power work against the people, although representative government can work well if the people are indeed represented.
2. Basic survival needs should not be delivered by a for-profit structure, like water, for example, delivered by Halliburton, for example. Same goes for law enforcement needs.
3. Companies who make their bottom line demands by profiting off of war are dangerous to a democracy, because they make their biggest profits during war time.
4. Illegal immigration allows for human rights abuses and allows for the importation of slave labor. It is a human rights issue first foremost.
5. The Constitution is more important than any single person or office and it must be defended if we are to have a democracy. Party above country is the Soviet Union, if memory serves.
6. Voting rights, free press, civil liberties, and human rights are all key foundations of democracy.
7. Separation of church and state are necessary to the survival of a democracy.
8. The death penalty is amoral because a). we cannot be 100% sure that every single person put to death is truly guilty or rightly sentenced and b). because we can never be sure that human beings with power won't abuse it.
9. Terrorism is not a country, it is a type of crime and should be treated as a criminal act, not an act of war (with but a few exceptions).
10. There is no single property more valuable nor more fully my own than my body. The government or religious groups or anyone else has no right to tell me what I can and cannot do with my body. I am pro-choice, but also responsible choices.
I'm going to end this post here and begin commenting on her various points in the comments section. Please join in!