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  • Ayn Rand
    Lost Ayn Rand novel to be published next year
    Many years after her passing, the ideals of Ayn Rand constantly resurface in current politics and popular culture. Issues she wrote about continue to influence and affect society, and more readers than ever before are discovering Rand’s work...
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    'Bioshock: Ultimate Rapture Edition' coming January 14
    If you're looking to revisit the underworld of Rapture 2K Games is getting ready to re-release Bioshock 1 and 2 as part of an ultimate edition bundle.Called "Bioshock: Ultimate Rapture Edition", the bundle will cost $29.99 and...
  • Atlas Shrugged: Part II
    "Atlas Shrugged: Part II" Movie Review: Spinning into Mud
    It’s rare anymore that a film studio makes a movie about the future that doesn’t incitesome fear or trepidation of what is to come. In their own dramatic and cynical manner, filmmakers outline the low depths which mankind will...
  • Rand, Ryan and Greenspan
    Paul Ryan: Rand fan who went over to The Dark Side
    CommentaryTime Magazine, in "Paul Ryan's Grand Vision," presents the presumptive Republican VP candidate Paul Ryan as channeling Ayn Rand, painting him as living "in a libertarian Disneyland where freedom is never abused, where...
  • Who is John Galt?
    Who is John Galt?
    Atlas Shrugged–Part 2 will debut on October 2012. Ayn Rand cultists had to wait 54 years for a movie version of her novel, Atlas Shrugged. They finally have one that’s true to the letter and spirit of the book. And that is the problem...
  • Volunteers needed to help promote movie Atlas Shrugged Part 2
    Volunteers needed to help promote movie Atlas Shrugged Part 2
    The call for volunteers to help promote the movie Atlas Shrugged Part 2 is an opportunity for homeschooling youth and parents to become part of Galt's Garrison and put their expertise to work The film's producers are looking for interested...
  • The Water Thief
    Book review of ‘The Water Thief’ by Nicholas Lamar Soutter
    You don’t necessarily need to have read Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged to enjoy Nicholas Lamar Soutter’s The Water Thief but it would help. I concede there might be references in the book to other Rand works, but one Rand novel is all...
  • David Boaz and John Stossel
    Slideshow: Symbols of the Modern American Libertarian Movement
    COMMENTARYSince libertarianism has actually developed into a philosophical, social, cultural and political force that can no longer be ignored, and will be playing an ever larger role in future elections, this might be a good time for young...
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    Book review: Flourishing and happiness in a free society by Edward W. Younkins
    The latest work by Dr. Edward Younkins of Wheeling Jesuit University is subtitled “toward a synthesis of Aristotelianism, Austrian Economics, and Ayn Rand’s Objectivism”. The book is a dense, 175 page work in which the author...
  • Atlas Shrugged
    Atlas Shrugged flops
    Last year’s movie version of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged flopped at the box office and with the critics. The original novel, published in 1957, is only slightly better than its movie version. Fountainhead (1943, 1949) is another...
  • World's Biggest Message
    "Read Ayn Rand" is world's biggest message
    Ever wanted to tell the world something? It seems there's now an interesting way to do so. Ever heard of GPS writing?GPS writing is when you turn your GPD device on and off (like a pen) as you are travelling. While driving you may create lines...
  • John Kettridge
    Who is John Kettridge? Canadian Libertarian candidate speaks out
    Toronto- In Ayn Rand's 1957 epic novel "Atlas Shrugged," the question that is often repeated is: "Who is John Galt?" As an Objectivist follower and a Canadian federal Libertarian candidate for the St. Paul's district,...
  • Atlas - Rockefeller Center
    'Atlas Shrugged' movie: Audience reactions mixed, box office returns respectable
    Eagerly anticipated for decades, with numerous false starts along the way, a movie version of Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel, Atlas Shrugged, opened this weekend. The official opening day was April 15, a date associated in the American mind with the...
  • Dagney Taggort & Robert Stadler, from Atlas Shrugged: Part 1
    Evading Reality: The Premise of Mystic and Social Tyranny
    *This article is in honor of the philosophy behind the movie, released today, based on Ayn Rand's classic novel, Atlas Shrugged. All credit for the ideas referenced here go to Ayn Rand and her intellectual heir, Leonard Peikoff. "...
  • How to bring Atlas Shrugged movie to Montrose
    How to bring Atlas Shrugged movie to Montrose
    The movie Atlas Shrugged Part 1 will be released nationwide on April 15 to selected cities across the country. There are several locations in the Front Range area of Colorado where the film will be screened. However, as of this writing there are...