I brought up this theory in political crossfire.com a few weeks ago, but the site has been down. Basically,
Libertarianism without property law. So, the state wouldn't confiscate your property, but in the same time, noone's property would be exclusively theirs. So, if you kill someone, you'll get in trouble, but there wouldn't be any property law as far as the government is concerned. Just a weird theory that I've coined as "Marxist-Libertarianism"
Don't get me wrong. I love Libertarianism, it's just something I thought about, do you think it's flawed? Unworkable?