Appellate judge is shocked as Prenda’s own lawyer can’t unwind the "shell game."
Epstein discusses his six “simple rules” that allow for civilized society.
Episode 14: Jeffrey Tucker
on Jan 15, 2014
Jeffrey Albert Tucker is CEO of Liberty.me and publisher of Laissez Faire Books. Tucker is also a Distinguished Fellow of the Foundation for Economic Education, an adjunct scholar with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and an Acton University faculty member. He is past editorial vice president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and past editor for the institute’s website, Mises.org.
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TPP Exposed: WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Trade Text to Rewrite Copyright Laws, Limit Internet Freedom | Democracy Now!
WikiLeaks has published the secret text to part of the biggest U.S. trade deal in history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). For the past several years, the United States and 12 Pacific Rim nations have been negotiating behind closed doors on the sweeping agreement. A 95-page draft of a TPP chapter released by WikiLeaks on Wednesday details agreements relating to patents, copyright, trademarks and industrial design — showing their wide-reaching implications for Internet services, civil liberties, publishing rights and medicine accessibility. Critics say the deal could rewrite U.S. laws on intellectual property rights, product safety and environmental regulations, while backers say it will help create jobs and boost the economy. President Obama and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman reportedly wish to finalize the TPP by the end of the year and are pushing Congress to expedite legislation that grants the president something called "fast-track authority." However, this week some 151 House Democrats and 23 Republicans wrote letters to the administration saying they are unwilling to give the president free rein to "diplomatically legislate." We host a debate on the TPP between Bill Watson, a trade policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch.
Is the Patent System Working or Broken? A Discussion with Judges Posner and Michel - Podcast » Publications » The Federalist Society
In this podcast, co-sponsored by the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, Judges Paul Michel and Richard Posner together for the first time to discuss their respective views on whether the patent system today is properly securing property rights in new innovation.
William O’Flaherty spoke with Dr. Charlie W. Starr just as his new book was released at the 2012 C.S. Lewis Colloquium at Taylor University. Light: C.S. Lewis’s First and Final Short Story tells the story of how a manuscript surfaced that appeared to be a different version of "The Man Born Blind." The book reveals the results of his investigation and includes interpretations of "Light."
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On Saturday the 14th December 2013, Sean Gabb, Director of the Libertarian Alliance, spoke at the Intellectual Minds Conference at the Hilton Hotel in Syon Park, "The European Union and the New British Constitution. Here is a brief summary of what he said: Part of the consensus within the libertarian and traditionalist movements in…
Walter Block and Stephan Molyneux debate on spanking (using violence against) children – LewRockwell.com
I had a debate today with Stephan Molyneux concerning the libertarian analysis of whether or not the non aggression principle applies to children. I said no, he said yes. Here is the record of the debate:
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We also touched upon libertarian theory as it applies to whole host of other issues: for example, Milton Friedman’s attack on libertarianism in that it would preclude forcibly stopping suicides; the flagpole objection to libertarianism; the libertarian concentration camp guard and the (libertarian) Nuremberg trail held for him; can a Bill Gates take your child away from you on the ground that he could give your child a better life than you could; utilitarianism versus deontology; suppose A forces B to shoot C; and a few other issues of theoretical importance for an understanding of libertarianism. This is not libertarianism 101.
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This episode is an interview with David Harriman, part 2 “The Philosophic Corruption of Physics and the Logical Leap” and is being released on Sunday, May 8, 2011. My interview with David was recorded on May 01, 2011.
Today we continue our interview with David Harriman in this explosive two parter. Quantum theory, the big bang, String theory, what’s real and what’s based on Kantian delusions – or Kant-tradictions?
David Harriman earned his Master’s degree in physics from University of Maryland, and his Master’s in philosophy from Claremont Graduate University. He has worked as an applied physicist and he is editor of Journals of Ayn Rand. His book, The Logical Leap: Induction in Physics, presents Leonard Peikoff’s theory of induction as it applies to the physical sciences. Recently, he has co-founded Falling Apple Science Institute (with Tom VanDamme), a nonprofit that is developing a unique science curriculum based on the inductive method.
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