My point was about the PSL's audience, not about the PSL itself. I still don't see how you're going to find among them significant numbers of people who are sympathetic to property rights and freedom of economic association. Most of these people don't understand the the Invisible Hand, and instead see in free markets an Imaginary Fist. I remain fundamentally skeptical that very many people have (or will) come to libertarianism through the door marked "antiwar". But hope springs eternal, and I favor keeping that door open.