‘Brand’ is not a legal term. It refers to the set of functions and symbols associated with a specific mark, including its cultural, legal, political and social aspects, which contribute to its market value. 1,464 more words
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Property Rights in Space (Part I): When Talking Property Rights in Space, Limit References to the Moon Treaty Please
Looking forward to moderating a panel discussion at NewSpace 2014 tomorrow July 25th at 10:45AM in San Jose, CA on property rights in space and will be joined by Sagi Kfir (Corporate Counsel, Deep Space Industries), Jim Muncy (Co-Founder, Space Frontier Foundation), and Berin Szoka (President, Tech Freedom). 821 more words
Property and Peace. On the loss of individual freedom that attends the loss of property rights to big government.
by Kevin D. Williamson
July 20, 2014
The irreplaceable basis for a prosperous and decent society is property.
There is not very much good to say about the life and career of Vladimir Lenin, but give the pickled old monster this much: He cut through more than two centuries’ worth of bull and straight to the heart of all politics with his simple question: “Who? 329 more words
It is important to scrutinize the intellectual strength of libertarian ideas about international relations. Here are a few – admittedly only partly systematic- thoughts about the relation between secession and international relations. 606 more words