Bad proposal of the day: Arnold Kling wants libertarians to start engaging in civil disobedience against licensing laws, taxes and so on. Civil disobedience is justified in situations where other recourses are not available, such as when blacks were not allowed to vote in the Jim Crow South. The idea that people should be, say, lying down in front of police cars to protest hair salon regulations and the like is disproportionate, counterproductive and inane. It amounts to saying libertarian ideas aren't compelling enough to win out in political and legal competition.
UPDATE 2/27: Arnold Kling responds.
UPDATE 2/28: Bryan Caplan says libertarian ideas actually aren't compelling enough to win out in political and legal competition, even though they're "objectively compelling," whatever that means. My advice: try harder. Also, an inane commenter draws the segregation analogy.
UPDATE 2/28 #2: Brian Doherty posts, and more commenters weigh in, at Reason.