Complete Liberty Podcast
Show that promotes total respect for self-ownership, property rights, and personal choice--amidst the authoritarian/obedience-oriented political and psychological memes in American culture (and elsewhere). Basically, governments and all they entail are the problem, not the solution. Voluntarism (or market anarchism, or anarcho-capitalism) and customary law principles, in accordance with reason and dignity, spell the solution.

Let's hope this next decade will be better than the last one regarding prospects for freedom...
Back to Basics on Property and Competition by Jeffrey A. Tucker
Property rights aren't respected by governments in civilization; "laws" created by a coercive monopoly infringe on them daily
People in the marketplace are the ones who respect property rights, not government
Laws, and the people who make (and interpret) them, seek to control others, not respect freedom and justice
Property rights exist to make distinctions concerning who owns what and who can therefore utilize what, without conflict or confusion
Plagiarism is generally frowned up, and provides a marketplace check against confusion and fraud charges
The tentacles of statism in the realm of IP are pervasive, as are the unseen costs of IP laws
"Anti-trust" law was created by gangsters with no good intentions
A "competitive" marketplace is just one in which people bring values to others unimpeded
An Objectivist Recants on IP
The principle of self-ownership represents the unification of liberty and property
IP fosters rampant legal conflict, on account of it contradicting real property rights
The first serious critique I read against IP (hat tip to Ian Freeman of
Against Intellectual Property by Stephan Kinsella
Classic J. Neil: Informational Property — Logorights
The human brain is arguably the most complex thing in the known universe, a massively parallel processor
Our future, perhaps...The Intelligent Universe by Ray Kurzweil
Big picture stuff...The Age of Spiritual Machines: Timeline by Raymond Kurzweil
Once patterns of information are released into the marketplace, individuals will likely seek to duplicate them (without conflict)
Again, trying to control duplicates of what you've created leads to conflict with others' property rights, as well as more statism and unintended business consequences
Complete Liberty IP Chapter:
audio version:
Holding back progress in the name of the state by Kent McManigal
Stay tuned for more videos of activism in San Diego, including my recent trip to the DMV
bumper music "Master Of Puppets" by Metallica

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