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How Reddit Killed Stakeholder Theory

How Reddit Killed Stakeholder Theory

The GameStop saga shows some "equity" movements are more equal than others. Stakeholder theory, the corporate version of social justice, attempts to install this hopelessly amorphous concept of "equity" in the business world. Equity, unlike equality, demands different...

What Exactly Is Property? Alt-Right Vs. Liberty

I was listening to a comedian talking about "stolen jokes" today.  It's an interesting question for libertarians.  Is it wrong to steal jokes?  Should it be illegal? Briefly, I think that most libertarians would say that stealing jokes should definitely not be...

Can Blockchain Technology Defend Free Speech?

As an erstwhile reddit user, I was dismayed by this past election cycle's effect on the site.  Reddit is a discussion forum site that lets users set up topic specific home pages where they can freely post links or text discussions.  Other users vote up or down on a...

Free Speech: Ted Wheeler is the Enemy He Invokes

Ted Wheeler, the mayor of Portland, Oregon, wants to control who can say — and hear — what.  He’s asked the federal government to cancel one permit and deny another, both for “alt-right” demonstrations at Portland’s Shrunk Plaza. His excuse: Portland is “in mourning”...

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