nskinsella / Stephan Kinsella

Stephan Kinsella is a registered patent attorney, a libertarian theorist and lecturer, Director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom (C4SIF), Editor of Libertarian Papers, blogger at The Libertarian Standard. www.StephanKinsella.com, www.c4sif.org, www.libertarianpapers.org

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  1. Cory Doctorow On Freedom Of Expression, DRM, Piracy And Censorship | The Creative Penn

    Recently, I outlined the fantastic services that ACX.com provide for authors, as well as some ideas on marketing for audiobooks. Today I interview Rosalind Ashford, narrator for my dark thriller Desecration. In the intro, I talk about my interpretation of the Hachette/Amazon negotiations and how power imbalance can impact us. I also talk about my […]

    http://www.thecreativepenn.com/?p=19219

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  2. FEE Debate- Jeffrey Tucker vs. Albert Lu | The Economy with Albert K Lu

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    Does technology make us more or less free?

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    http://fee.org/seminars/page/does-technology-make-us-more-free-or-less-free

    http://woodlandsbullion.com/blog/2014/06/fee-debate-jeffrey-tucker-vs-albert-lu/

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  3. The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America | Cato Institute

    Public opinion polls show that, by overwhelming margins, Americans believe that the United States “has a unique character because of its history and Constitution that sets it apart from other nations as the greatest in the world.” However dissatisfied they are with the characters who run it, Americans take great pride in our system of government, with its separation of powers and independently elected president.

    Should they? That’s the question F. H. Buckley asks in his powerfully argued new book, The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America. Buckley points out that “parliamentary governments, which lack a separation of powers, rank significantly higher on measures of political freedom” than presidential systems. There are good reasons for that, he argues, among them: parliamentary systems make executives more accountable to the legislature; they discourage political cults of personality by separating the roles of “head of state” and “head of government”; and they make it easier to “throw the bum out” if all else fails.

    Should we celebrate our presidential system, or, as Buckley suggests, count ourselves lucky that, for more than 200 years, we’ve “remained free while yet presidential”? Please join us on May 29th for a lively discussion of these foundational issues.

    http://www.cato.org/events/once-future-king-rise-crown-government-america

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  4. Koen-boyapati on bitcoin

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  5. Ayn Rand Commentary: The Invasion of Czechoslovakia

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  6. Ayn Rand 1968: campus or battleground

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  7. kinsella on patriot’s lament alaska

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  8. aereo oral argument

    http://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/argument_audio_detail.aspx?argument=13-461&TY=2013

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  9. Kinsella on rather red than dead

    https://www.google.com/_/chrome/newtab?espv=2&ie=UTF-8

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  10. Prenda law copyright troll - oral argument appellate court

    Appellate judge is shocked as Prenda’s own lawyer can’t unwind the "shell game."

    http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/04/copyright-troll-prenda-law-completely-bombs-at-appeals-court/

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