He proposes a more general left-libertarian coalition of agorists/left Rothbardians, geolibs, and mutualists like me, centered on the following agenda:
Opposition to state-capitalist institutions (WTO, IMF, etc.)....
Support land trusts
Ending corporate welfare
Ending barriers to mutual aid
Building mutual aid institutions
Citizen’s dividend (as alternative to welfare state)
Reclaim the commons
Human scale institutions
Like freeman, who left a message in the comment section, I am extremely leery of the idea of a citizen's dividend, although it would certainly be an improvement over the existing welfare state bureaucracy. But I guess if you start with the socialization of land-rent on Georgist principles, it's better to return it to the public as a dividend than spend it on stuff that should be funded with user-fees.
Freeman supports, as an alternative,
the dismantling of the state from the top-down, which is what you seemed to describe by saying that government help for the poor should be the last to go. Corporate welfare and other forms of privledge for the wealthy need to be axed first.
Disparities in wealth would also be greatly reduced by an individualist anarchist system of land tenure, based on occupancy and use. Millions of renters would become owners of their homes, and cease paying hundreds of bucks a month in what amounts to a tax to the absentee landlord. A left-Rothbardian program of worker control of state capitalist industry would have a similar effect. Had labor not been dispossessed of the means of production, there would have been little need for a welfare state in the first place.