Jeffrey Tucker is responsible for advancing Kinsella's anti-IP position. However, despite having a Keynesian-type flair for words and an enthusiasm for Kinsella's perspective, Tucker is very confused about Kinsella's take on IP. He doesn't understand what Kinsella gets right and he swallows like a hungry lion what Kinsella gets wrong. It simply amazes me that Tucker has been able to generate so much enthusiasm for Kinsella's view, when his writings clearly indicate he doesn't understand it.
As a byproduct of my pointing out the weaknesses in Kinsella's views,Tucker's confusion will be exposed. How will Kinsella react? Will he twist his own thinking to back up his buddy or will he admit the errors in Tucker's thinking? It will be fun to find out.