Thanks for the recommendation.
Looks like he is a libertarian and an anarcho-capitalist, which I generally consider a bit too far on the utopian/idealistic side of things (though certainly I used to be a lot more sympathetic to "trust the market to sort things out" before the Internet giants, banks, and credit card companies started tightening the censorship noose a few years ago).
However, also looks like he has a lot of other very grounded opinions on economic functioning.
Seems like an interesting guy. Picked fights with more or less everyone.
I'll give him a read.