I watched both debates in full. I thought Larken won the first debate, but Tom came back strong and won this one rather easily.
I'm surprised that Stefan didn't seize upon Tom's defense of limited liability corporations, because it's exactly that legally protected concept which gives corporations the illegitimate power that Tom claims we need government to protect ourselves against. Corporations are considered "persons" under the law, but their liability is limited to the wealth invested in the corporation. This is a completely illegitimate concept.
Corporations are GROUPS of people, and limiting the liability of this group of persons if they abuse our rights merely because they are working together is illogical and immoral. The modern limited liability corporation is a state created and state protected abomination.
(Full disclosure: I come from the AnCap perspective.)
I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein
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