A rather important notion within anarchist thought that might seem counter to liberty and market-centered minds is that intellectual property is an enemy, and not an ally of a free society. The history of copyright law in America stretches back to Article I of the Constitution itself, with Congress being given the power to protect … Continue reading The Case Against IP and Copyright: InfoWars, Pepe, and Lawsuits
"McAfee claims to desire the most popular position in the world for the platform it provides. His major campaign goal is promoting cryptocurrency, and the freedom that the technology would bring to citizens of the world."
"Adam Kokesh, an author, freedom activist, and hopeful Libertarian candidate for the 2020 presidential election was arrested January 2nd in New Orleans after refusing to give a police officer identification."
"According to the SEC, the firm had violated the commission’s registration and anti-fraud regulations in the process of raising funding from investors."
"None of this is going to change until the main issue is addressed. Universities in their current form cannot continue to exist. The strain created by this dichotomy in our very culture will only get worse unless something happens, and that doesn’t just mean suing for speech rights and tabling twice a semester."
"Instead, it was an example of how if libertarians play their cards right, they can utilize our inevitably polarizing governmental system to sneak in victories, that when you add them all up, are welcome steps in the right direction, especially for a country that has been in retrograde for too long."
"Senator Paul typically keeps the holiday season cheery with his "Airing of Grievances" Festivus tweets (which will be coming this Sunday, despite the government shutdown), but this useful breakdown of where government funding is wasted was a welcome treat."
"Despite Trump unfollowing Coulter, it seems he might have taken her criticism to heart, as his threats of not signing off on any bill that doesn’t fund the border wall are definitely pushing things along, at least in the House."
"Every president for the past 50 years or so has promised to pull back on military power and respect life over foreign profit, and time and time again we’re entered into a pointless war or conflict because some general or adviser thought it was important at the time."
“While the decision appears to be a financial one, it highlights the corner tech companies have backed themselves into with PC culture.”