When last we left our dubious hero, he was learning a great lesson about life, liberty and the pursuit of Ayn-Randian self-aggrandizement – and whether or not it squares with the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Politidorks are a touchy bunch, and it’s easy to attempt to give a well-intentioned gift whose recipient will mistake it for your attempt to short-circuit the revolution. You may find Ayn Rand’s anthem to be a clever work of fiction. Your aspiring socialist of a nephew will likely never forgive you.
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Children’s movies these days lack proper morals…that’s why they must be reviewed by the one person who truly understands what kids should be learning - screw Dr. Seuss, clearly I’m talking about Ayn Rand.
“Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver.” Ayn Rand.
“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” - Ayn Rand
The Guardian (London)
…there is no doubt that for older library users silent flirting has always been a draw: eyes meet over a corkboard bearing out of date notices about karate classes and the risks of high blood pressure. Finally, you’ve found another bookworm – and you can judge them by what they’re reading (yes, Middlemarch; no, Ayn Rand).
…founder Chip Wilson is a devout Ayn Rand capitalist, and in many ways, he has built a very successful business on the back of principles about self-responsibility, hard work, and capitalistic ideals. Yet, to us, there is more to a company than its ability to grow, promote profits, and work hard. Companies were built as a way to provide jobs and sustainability, and they are a canvas for growth outside of simple monetary implications.
When Europe has succeeded in rendering everyone perfectly equal regardless of ability; breeding every last ounce of individualism, meritocracy, personal accountability and competitive drive out of their culture; abolishing words like “individual” and “I” from the language and making Ayn Rand a true prophet.