Bryan Caplan asks conservatives: "What things that are currently illegal do you think people should be free to do?"
My answer would be a very long list. In fact, I think people should be allowed to do most things, I just think that other people should be allowed to judge said people and act on said judgments.
For example, if you want to smoke crack, I don’t really care. However I’d like people to be able to discriminate aggressively against crack-smokers. In a hypothetical world in which property rights were very strong and strongly enforced, smoking crack and sundry other things would effectively be illegal. They’d also be policed a lot better than they currently are. A lot of things that are currently legal would also probably be effectively illegal.
A truly free world would be a highly-discriminatory and highly-judgmental world.