... that I'm not sure is Libertarian or devoted to any other ideology.
But it interested me, because I was thinking about the limited number of types of things that government can do--any government.
It seems to me that, domestically, pretty much all government acts fall into one of three categories (in no particular order):
Taxation--and the enforcement thereof.
Regulation--and the enforcement thereof.
Services--and the provision thereof.
Regulation as I am using it here refers not just to regulation in the sense of, say, sanitary rules for restaurants or inspection standards for pissed-off cows, but to laws that in any sense regulate human behavior (laws against murder, embezzlement, etc.) You could arguably separate laws and regulations, but I think that functionally there is a lot to be said for considering them together.
Services, here, is also considered to include redistributive movement of wealth (i.e., wealth transferred to States or wealth transferred to individuals in the form of Food Stamps, etc.)
I'm curious to see if anybody can come up with a major category of government act that does not fall into one of these categories.