I have asked before if anyone has read Michael Huemer's libertarian book, and aparently nobody has. (David Gordon told me over e-mail that he is planning to review it one day.) I still haven't had a chance to read it myself, but here is an article on Cato Unbound in which Huemer outlines basic points of his book:
(Warning: He does not use "NAP" or "property rights" anywhere. I know, the first one alone drops him a whole letter grade. I don't think he thinks NAP is a cohesive concept, but maybe he doesn't fully understand the way it's used by libertarians. But seriously, I think the fact that he does not define property rights makes his position weaker.)
His definition of terrorist should specify civilians imo.
... just as the State
has no money of its own, so it has no power of its own - Albert Jay Nock