(To All) I recommend this site to get some perspective on your position on the economic (Captalism/Socialism) and social (Authoritarian/Libertarian) dimensions of political relative to feasible extremes and international norms of designation.:
My "position" is about -4, -8.21 (why are my qualities negative values - rhetorical), so I'm just a bit Libertarian-Rt of the Dali Lama and the Greens, but if they had an axis for biopolitics (Bioluddite-Transhumanist) I would differ with many Greens. Bush II's politics edge damn close to Fascism (I'm very civil libertarian, but not an Anarchist as I recognize a need for political authority to protect the weak and serve justice).
See this paper for an intro to the concept of a biopolitical dimension by Libertarian-Lft Transhumanist James Hughes (a Sociologist from U of Chicago, who knew?):
For a primer on THsm, check out these links (there are a number of recognized THst organizations):