The Anti-Property Mindset the Internet Has Helped Foster – and Expand

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The Internet is almost undoubtedly the most expansive, impressive creation in the history of a humanity creating things. It is a free speech-free market Xanadu. Nothing has made easier the ability to speak and reach an audience.  Steve Gutenberg and his printing press were revolutionary – the World Wide Web is exponentially more so. Nothing […]

Big Tech Censorship Demonstrates Left’s Titanic Net Neutrality Hypocrisy

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America’s Big Tech companies – have more than a few things in common. For one thing – they are massive: Apple                                                  Market Cap: $1.1 trillion Amazon                                             Market Cap: $960 billion Microsoft                                          Market Cap: $832 billion Google                                               Market Cap: $823 billion Facebook                                          Market Cap: $470 billion Netflix                                                Market Cap: $151 […]

Trump’s Mexico Trade Deal: Great for Intellectual Property, Awful for IP Miscreants Canada and China

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President Donald Trump yesterday delivered on yet another campaign promise. He announced the demise of the very awful North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  In the alternative, we now have what he is calling “The United States-Mexico Trade Agreement.” Trump correctly prefers bilateral to multilateral deals.  Because every additional partner beyond one – dilutes the […]

DC Again Misidentifies a Problem – For Crony, Self-Serving Reasons

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In the great Aaron Sorkin based-upon-real-life movie “Charlie Wilson’s War” there is a brief yet very apt exchange between Texas Representative Charlie Wilson and CIA agent Gust Avrakotos: Wilson: “No, I don’t understand…because I’m stupid.” Avrakotos: “No, you’re not stupid – you’re just in Congress.” In the area of pharmaceuticals and their national and international […]