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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. Harry Browne- Perm Portfolio

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  2. Open Borders: A Libertarian Reappraisal | Mises Institute

    Recorded at the Mises Circle in Phoenix, Arizona, on 7 November 2015. Special thanks to CMI Gold and Silver, Inc., for making this event possible.

    https://mises.org/library/open-borders-libertarian-reappraisal

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  3. Choice Conversations : Complete Liberty Inside Out with Wes Bertrand

    Wes Bertrand is back to discuss his wonderful new book Complete Liberty Inside Out: Honoring Yourself and Others for Optimal Enrichment.  We take a hard look at not only the philosophy of liberty, which has been thoroughly covered by those who have come before us, but also the psychology of liberty, which has been not so much.  How does culture damage our minds, lessening our lives?  Religion, school, and the family are systems of domination, not unlike the state?  Sacrifice isn’t a virtue?  What are the four stages of liberty?  Can this book build a bridge between the liberty community and the Non-Violent Communication community, two groups which each have half of it right?  We cover all this and more during this enlightening and entertaining discussion!

     

    Get the book here:  http://completeliberty.com/pdf_and_ebook_downloads.html

     

    Find more from Wes here:  http://completeliberty.com/

     

    Here is the interview with Kevin Koskella discussed during the show:  http://choiceconversations.libsyn.com/the-mental-side-of-freedom

     

    Please subscribe, rate, and review on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/choice-conversations/id315666764?mt=2

     

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    http://choiceconversations.libsyn.com/complete-liberty-inside-out-with-wes-bertrand

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  4. Advice from a crazy ex-girlfriend | InterracialDatingCentral

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    http://www.interracialdatingcentral.com/fyooz/advice-from-a-crazy-ex-girlfriend/

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  5. The Four Generations of Modern War and Their Implications For Foreign Policy | traditionalRIGHT

    Sounds like IS have been reading their Lind:

    “Andreas Krieg, a professor at King’s College London who embedded with Iraqi Kurdish fighters, said IS local commanders receive overall orders on strategy but are given freedom to operate as they see fit to achieve them. That’s a sharp contrast to the rigid hierarchies of the Iraqi and Syrian militaries, where officers often fear acting without direct approval.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/07/08/fanatical-shock-troops-fighting-to-death-key-weapon-in-islamic-state-group/?intcmp=ob_article_sidebar_video&intcmp=obinsite

    So IS is fighting as a Third Generation military against largely First Generation foes (of the Arab states I think only Egypt even meets the criteria for a Second Gen fighting force).

    https://www.traditionalright.com/the-four-generations-of-modern-war-and-their-implications-for-foreign-policy/

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  6. The Four Generations of Modern War and Their Implications For Foreign Policy | traditionalRIGHT

    Sounds like IS have been reading their Lind:

    “Andreas Krieg, a professor at King’s College London who embedded with Iraqi Kurdish fighters, said IS local commanders receive overall orders on strategy but are given freedom to operate as they see fit to achieve them. That’s a sharp contrast to the rigid hierarchies of the Iraqi and Syrian militaries, where officers often fear acting without direct approval.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/07/08/fanatical-shock-troops-fighting-to-death-key-weapon-in-islamic-state-group/?intcmp=ob_article_sidebar_video&intcmp=obinsite

    So IS is fighting as a Third Generation military against largely First Generation foes (of the Arab states I think only Egypt even meets the criteria for a Second Gen fighting force).

    https://www.traditionalright.com/the-four-generations-of-modern-war-and-their-implications-for-foreign-policy/

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  7. Robert Wright: Progress is not a zero-sum game | Talk Video | TED.com

    Author Robert Wright explains "non-zero-sumness" — the network of linked fortunes and cooperation that has guided our evolution to this point — and how we can use it to help save humanity today.

    https://www.ted.com/talks/robert_wright_on_optimism

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  8. McElroy vs. Schulman on IP 1983

    J. Neil Schulman and Wendy McElroy debate at the Libertarian Supper Club in Westwood (Los Angeles), California, in 1983.

    https://mises.org/library/debate-logorights-copyrights-and-free-market

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  9. 09 A Short History of Man: Progress and Decline | Mises Institute

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    https://mises.org/library/short-history-man-progress-and-decline-0/0

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  10. 08 A Short History of Man: Progress and Decline | Mises Institute

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    https://mises.org/library/short-history-man-progress-and-decline-0/0

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