Randex

Wednesday 06 August 2014
Lily Rothman, Time

…Ryan, while playing a fictional attorney in Night of January 16th, a play written by Ayn Rand. His debating career began with bugs. In a seventh grade boys-vs.-girls debate on the relative merits of insects…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 06 Aug 2014
Randy England, Mises Daily (Ludwig von Mises Institute)

…the non-Christian individualism of writers like Ayn Rand as the very heart of libertarianism. Catholic libertarians are not individualists just because we value individual virtue above government…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 06 Aug 2014
Gregory Zeszotarski, Cap Times (Madison, WI)

…who has the Koch Brothers’ support and advocates Ayn Rand’s morality of self-interest could have any concern for the poor. Ryan’s proposal is another campaign stunt, just like the photo-op of him…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 06 Aug 2014
Tilly Gokbudak, Roanoke Times (VA)

…who have extreme anti-government elements in their Ayn Rand fantasy agenda. This reminds me of an excellent column by Jonathan Chait in the center-left magazine The…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 06 Aug 2014
Tuesday 05 August 2014
Broadway World

…Ruckdashel (Co-ed Confidential), Darren Server (Atlas Shrugged), Erik Chopin (Winner of The Biggest Loser), Theresa Galeani (Cross The Line), Matthew Schultz (Singer/Songwriter), Jamie Kovac (Fury from…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Arturo R. García, Raw Story
Rand Paul  

…I haven’t seen a libertarian run that fast since Ayn Rand left church,” Fugelsang told MSNBC host Ed Schultz. “It’s ironic he’s wearing that United Colors of Benetton multi-cultural shirt in the process…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Brendan McGinley, Man Cave Daily

…of contributors and parasites. Not in a creepy Randian sense, just in a “Hey you! That’s not your TV! Put that down!” sense. Or, if you want to get complex about it, there are parasites in the guise of…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Victor Wendl, Seeking Alpha

Ayn Rand wrote an influential book, Atlas Shrugged, in the ‘50s that seems to resurface in popularity with each new wave of government intrusion on the lives of our overregulated, overtaxed…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Negative
whoar.co.nz

..i guess they must be blinded/eye-moted by their randian-ideological-beliefs..eh..?

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 08 May 2014
Jim Schutze, Dallas Observer - Unfair Park

…put in the position of sounding like crazy old Ayn Rand all the time – but let me ask you a question: Reap what big profits? This sounds unkind I know, but what big profits does southern Dallas have…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Stephen Littau, United Liberty

…something to do with his political activism site Galt.io* and probably something to do with his cause called “Starve the Beast.” Was he going to announce that he was going to move his show from the high…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Rob Gordon, Game Rant
BioShock  

…more in store for those wanting to walk those Ayn Rand-inspired corridors. 2K Games has announced that the original Bioshock is going to be released on iOS devices. This comes shortly after 2K…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Aug 2014