Okay, I won't spoil all the fun, but the debate went for two plus hours.
Kinsella is clueless about Rothbard's view on IP.
It is clear that Kinsella didn't even read the paper he cites here. He couldn't tell me a damn thing that was in it.
I told him I had a formula dealing with getting a link on the Drudge page, yet he wouldn't grant me that this formula was scarce. I naturally, asked him what the formula was, which of course he didn't know. But still he wouldn't grant to me that it was scarce.
I was only able to cover about 5 points of the major problems in the views Kinsella has, so I will put together a booklet covering all 16 points, but rest assured that they are as damning as the ones I brought up in the debate.
All those following Kinsella and Tucker on their nutty IP views should listen to the interview closely and notice how he attempts to dance away when I have him cornered.
Hopefully, this starts to expose Kinsella-Tucker IP theory for what it is: Two glib guys talking out of their hat.
The booklet, should further bury the sloppy, poor thinking views of these two characters.