Anthem by Ayn Rand

Atlas Shrugged gets most of the press nowadays, but Ayn Rand has another work that perhaps serves as a better introduction to her works. Particularly for younger folks, Anthem provides a glimpse into Ayn Rand’s sense of life that is far shorter and more accessible than Atlas Shrugged. Amazon’s description provides a decent introduction: Written with […]

Objectivism in Practice

A very nice piece on John Allison and BB&T, in the National Review, of all places: Objectivist Philosophy for Fun and Profit: John Allison isn’t your typical bank executive. For one thing, when he retired at the end of last year as CEO of BB&T — a North Carolina–based bank with more than 1,500 branches […]

Is Ayn Rand Relevant? An Interview with Yaron Brook

Lots of gems in this one: Is Rand Relevant – An Interview with Yaron Brook: Dr. Yaron Brook is president and executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute. He recently had a piece published in the Wall Street Journal ( here is the link to the Op-Ed piece: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123698976776126461.html In this interview he responds to […]

Yaron Brook on Pajamas Media

Yaron Brook’s latest Pajamas Media session…

Climate Change Panel – UCLA 4/13

Sounds like a good session: Climate Change Panel Discussion: UCLA panel to critique climate change alarmism April 10, 2009 by Keith Lockitch Next Monday I will be speaking about the destructiveness of policies aimed at cutting off fossil fuels and promoting “green energy.” I will be on a panel discussion at UCLA with Dr. Willie […]

Some Thoughts on “Going Galt”

Here’s a piece by the Ayn Rand institute on the conservatives’ attempt to hijack Atlas Shrugged: Is it time to “go Galt”? No: A lot of people are asking that question, which is inspired by Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged. (Ayn Rand didn’t originate the phrase, however. As best I can tell, it was originated […]

More Positive Ayn Rand Coverage from the Non-Objectivist Press

I’m very impressed lately with the amount of very positive press on Ayn Rand and Atlas Shrugged, not always from the obvious places: Peter Foster: Atlas shrugs, leftists rage: Alan Greenspan was indeed once part of Ayn Rand’s circle, but Rand would have seen his monetary policy as not just flawed, but immoral Novelist Ayn […]

Nice Little Video on Atlas Shrugged and the Tea Party Revolts

Newspaper Calls Obama’s Economic Plan What It Is: Fascism

This is a remarkable editorial for its clarity: First the banks, now the automakers: Skipping right to the end: It appears the president and his men have entirely lost track of — if they ever really grasped — the fact that in America, major industries are not run by the government, and for good reason. […]

Ayn Rand’s Legacy: Rational Thought vs. Immature Nihilism

This is a truly remarkable debate. Read Dr. Ghates’ cogent, reasonable argument, and the read the argument by Ms. Patterson. If you don’t see the fundamental difference in thought processes, then I don’t know what to say: The Economy Needs Ayn Rand. Also read the comments. So far, they’re overwhelmingly in support of Ayn Rand, […]