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Wilson & FDR

Author Jonah Goldberg has a good summary of the Wilson administration:

“Under Woodrow Wilson, the first American president to embrace the new cult of pragmatism and power that had overtaken “enlightened” thinkers on both sides of the Atlantic (and the first American president to openly disdain the U.S. 4,910 more words

Abolitionist to Progressivist

“Progressive minded women did succeed in one great campaign – the right to vote –

A second American revolution began in 1840, when Susan B. Anthony’s colleagues, Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, were turned away and not allowed to speak against slavery at the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London — because they were women. 2,957 more words

“If you don’t know, the thing to do is not to get scared, but to learn.”

                                                             -Ayn Rand (Atlas Shrugged)

Quotes

Five Fascinating Facts about Ayn Rand

Curious facts about the life and work of Ayn Rand

1. Ayn Rand was an extra in one of Cecil B. DeMille’s films. Rand met the acclaimed director in Hollywood and was offered the chance to feature as an extra in  323 more words

Literature

Prologue

So, how did we get in this predicament? It’s a long story but I’ll provide you a short history. And, as they say, ‘if you don’t believe me, you can look it up” – just like I did during my graduate studies in various aspects of American history at two large, well respected universities – none in the intellectually compromised Ivy League – and through one of the National War Colleges. 4,926 more words

Chapter V – The Climax of the D’Anconias - Part I

When Dagny returns, Eddie is tense, bewildered, and clutching a newspaper. He needs to speak with Dagny, even if she doesn’t like to talk about “him”… 78 more words

Ayn Rants

Dear Reader

Atlas Speaks

The Truth About Deconstructing* America

Or, The Case Against America’s Public Enemy #1,

The Progressive, Liberal, Democrat Cabal

J.T. GALT

Introduction

Dear Reader, 3,073 more words