He strongly defends the constitution and the rule of law, so he’s not a totally bad guy (unlike many of the current politicians who believe that the US president should be able to do whatever he wishes).
He wants to refrain from “helping” other countries with their “defense” – such help from the US has caused most of the wars and terrorism around the world since WW2.
He wants to reduce military spending to 1/3 current levels (he could reduce it to 1/10 current levels and still be able to prevent a combined attack by Russia and China).
He wants to restore liberty.
He seems to be in support of repealing most drug laws – but his statements weren’t clear.
Here’s the bad:
He wants to remove income tax and give the smallest possible government – no consumer protection laws among other things.
He thinks that hospitals should be run by churches and have no government funded medical system.
He doesn’t want restrictions on pharmacists who refuse to sell certain drugs (IE the contraceptive pill) – but with no restrictions on who can be a pharmacist such things could be bought without prescription even…
Here’s the ugly:
He claims that guns on planes might have prevented 9-11.
Still, he’s a lot better than any other Republican who seems to be in the running.