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Peggy Noonan Needs A Hug....

Peggy Noonan is the dotty, slightly out-of-touch grandma of the Wall Street Journal editorial page. She shows up on the Sunday morning chat shows, her voice soft and breathy, a little sing-songy, offering conservatives a lap to climb up on, while she coos gauzy, comforting platitudes. 958 more words

Book Review: Outliers

Outliers: The Story of Success

by Malcolm Gladwell
Non-fiction Hardcover, 309 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company

I grabbed this off the classics section of my library on a whim. 635 more words


Yard of the Bards - Ayn Rand & Her Manifesto

On 19th February, it was the turn of The Bookworm (Church Street, Bangalore) to host us for a discussion on the philosophy of the Objectivism… 575 more words


You are John Galt

Ayn Rand’s failure to achieve objectivity doomed her philosophy, and infests both Republicans and Libertarians with lunacy

For readers whose lives have been blessed by a complete absence of awareness of Ayn Rand’s writings – for Lack of God’s sake, don’t read them! 3,825 more words


What's Right About Ayn Rand?

“Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism, begins by embracing the basic fact that existence exists. Reality is, and in the quest to live we must discover reality’s nature and learn to act successfully in it.” 1,720 more words

Review: Finding Your Dream in La La Land

Warning: Contains spoilers

La La Land (2016) is written by Damien Chazelle, who directed a hit film 3 years ago about the an ambitious drum players and his instructor. 788 more words


Về "Suối nguồn"

Sau này mình nghiệm ra rằng để biết được một quyển sách liệu có hợp với mình hay không thì nên tìm một vài câu trích dẫn của nó thay vì đọc cảm nghĩ của người khác hay mấy cái hoa hòe vô nghĩa đóng khung ngoài bìa sách. 421 more words

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