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Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand: Free Your Mind!

The reason it’s taken me so long to to create a second post is because I decided to give this book a try back in July. 991 more words

Atlas Shrugged

Fashion as Expression: Sex, Sexuality and Gender.

“Let a man corrupt his values and his view of existence — let him profess that love is not self-enjoyment but self-denial, that virtue consists, not of pride but of pity or pain or weakness or sacrifice, that the noblest love is born, not of admiration but of charity, not in response to values but in response to flaws, — and he will have cut himself in two. 451 more words


Atlas Shrugged and So Did I

I want to start off by saying you’ll understand this rant on Atlas Shrugged even if you haven’t read the book. If you plan on reading the book, cancel those plans. 1,488 more words


Wild About Animals Radio Show 12.16.2014 "We should not be in the business of eliminating businesses..." What's next?


I’m in the process of reading Ayn Rand’s classic Atlas Shrugged. As I progress through the pages penned in the 1940’s, I am astounded at the parallelisms I can draw with the fictional society created by Ms. 803 more words


The Biopolitics of BioShock Part I: Would You Kindly? Objectivism and Free Will

By Emma Louise Backe

(Spoiler Warning)

“I am Andrew Ryan and I am here to ask you a question. Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow? 2,114 more words


Galt and God: Ayn Randians and Christian Rightists Expand Ties

Ayn Rand’s followers find themselves sharing a lot of turf with the Religious Right these days. The Tea Party, with its stress on righteous liberty and a robust form of capitalism, has been a rallying point for both groups. 1,249 more words

Religious Right

- Ayn Rand -

The first time I came across Ayn Rand was through a film call “The Passion of Ayn Rand”, starring Helen Mirren. It talked about Ayn Rand’s affair with an associate of hers, who enabled her to write her great work: Atlas Shrugged. 351 more words

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