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Wednesday 10 September 2014
C.A. Pinkham, Jezebel - Kitchenette

First of all, Steven, hard work is hard work. If it left you exhausted and killed a piece of your soul, it’s hard work. You don’t get to redefine the term “hard work” to suit your own ends because you just read Atlas Shrugged for the first time and you think objectivism is where it’s at. That’s a term that means a thing…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Josh Bell, Las Vegas Weekly

Like a libertarian version of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit, Atlas Shrugged takes a beloved novel with a dedicated fan following and divides it into three movies, the third of which, Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?, opens this week.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Brian Doherty, Reason

…and final installment in the film adaptation of Ayn Rand’s staggering (and staggeringly successful, even 57 years later) novel Atlas Shrugged, a brutal and vivid dramatization of the horrific places…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Charlie Wilmoth, Yahoo! Sports

…has a club option and an injury list longer than Atlas Shrugged, but he’s been effective when healthy, and he’s only 26. As some pointed out in the comments to the last thread, Brandon McCarthy would make sense…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Kenosha News

…OPENING IN HOLLYWOOD THIS WEEK “Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?” — A railroad executive and a mysterious figure try to rebuild a collapsing dystopian society in the final installment of a…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
James Valliant, Objectivism Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand is hot right now. Sizzling hot. As government grows more intrusive, and our freedom shrinks, her novels, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, are selling at an unprecedented clip. Given today’s headlines, it is easy to see why. Less easy to understand is the remarkable level of ignorance about Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Meghan Clark, National Catholic Reporter - Distinctly Catholic

…libertarians and figures like Ayn Rand argue for the complete separation of state and the market. She genuinely believed (and Alan Greenspan with her) that a community of autonomous individuals pursuing their own self-interests would self-regulate and be harmonious.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Software20.it

…to discuss the foundational principles of Objectivism, the philosophy Ayn Rand created, during Atlas Society Week at Unlock Your Wealth Radio. The personal finance radio show, specializing in a unique…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 09 Sep 2014
Jeff Henderson, Sunshine State News (Tallahassee, FL)

…by 6 percent when the Libertarian was left out. Ayn Rand and the Objectivists often come to mind when people think of libertarianism but there are also social issues to consider and that’s how Wyllie…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014

…publicar cada semana. Para quienes no lo sepan, Ayn Rand es una novelista americana nacida en Rusia. Su verdadero nombre fue Alissa Ziknóvievna Rosenbaum y adquirió gran fama gracias a tres novelas: “…

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Tuesday 09 September 2014
Ty Andros, Market Oracle

“Capitalism has created the highest standard of living ever known on earth. The evidence is incontrovertible… Yet those who are loudest in proclaiming their desire to eliminate poverty are loudest in denouncing capitalism. Man’s wellbeing is not their goal.” - Ayn Rand

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014
Lakshmi Kumaraswami, India Today

…a chance to be pretentious. And with books like The Fountainhead, Shantaram and numerous titles by Haruki Murakami repeatedly cropping up in the lists, it looks like netizens are doing just that.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 10 Sep 2014