Oh Reason TV, you’re so funny.
I know we were not able to sufficiently answer where exactly it is that the sanctity of human life comes from, but I’m glad to know there are still those out there that believe in it fully. Meet Narayanan Krishnan, a true humanitarian. CNN Hero Narayanan Krishnan
“It is a policeman’s duty to protect men from criminals—criminals being those who seize wealth by force. It is a policeman’s duty to retrieve stolen property and return it to its owners. But when robbery becomes the purpose of the law, and the policeman’s duty becomes, not the protection, but the plunder of property—then it [...]
Our next meeting, The Sanctity of Human Life, is going to be great. Might as well get the debate started with this short clip from Stossel exploring the issue of legal prostitution: Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com
For those of you looking for a reason to be angry, scared, and depressed:
What happens when you combine eclectic, off-the-wall musical tastes, a healthy sense of mockery for intellectual property, and an unceasing bout of insomnia? Well…a post like this. Some of you may recall from our (three?) intellectual property meetings that things can get awful tricky when trying to parse out copying ideas, borrowing themes, being influenced, [...]
Maybe this will help a few people understand that trade itself creates wealth and correct that nasty little assumption that it merely redistributes it.
A few members of the UNR SFL were not content to prattle on about academic matters nor bother with long, nuanced questions of narrow scope at the ISFLC. That’s why during many breakout sessions we more often asked what the lecturer wanted us to get out of the lecture than about what Hayek really meant [...]
Who would have ever thought that our rackety ol’ club’s work would breach the hallowed halls of CPAC? Well it turns out that while being interviewed by PJTV, Blayne Bennett, the Communications Manager for the Students for Liberty (the Big Pappa institution which we base ourself around), discussed our Abolish ASUN event last year. Perhaps [...]
Excellent little interview by a fairly good writer (he’s a bit hit-and-miss in my opinion) on his opinion of copyrights, book piracy, and success in a world where sharing information of any sort gets freer and freer. …might as well dive right into the intellectual property discussion…