Randex

Thursday 18 September 2014
Rupert Myers, The Guardian (London)

Do you know someone who finds themselves attracted to pocket squares and bow ties in a non-ironic way? The perfect Christmas gift for such a person would be anything by Ayn Rand. Remember, it’s Christmas to these pocket-square wearers, not winterval or festivus. It’s a Christian institution which needs to be protected, like bow ties you have to tie yourself.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Jordan Sigler, The Daily Toreador (Texas Tech)

The FMI can use its platform to host people like Ayn Rand fanatic Matt Kibbe, CEO of a non-profit libertarian lobbying group FreedomWorks…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Emmanuel Surendra, The Malaysian Insider

Thankfully he was not gunning for thickest tome in literary fiction. We have enough. Think: Stephen King’s “The Stand” and Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged”. So at 298 pages, his latest is palatable.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Sebastian Siegel, Huffington Post

…degree, there’s a moral obligation to it? Even Ayn Rand wrote, “Achievement of your happiness is the only moral purpose of your life, and that happiness, not pain or mindless self-indulgence, is the proof of your moral integrity…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Robert Begley, The Objective Standard

…much about man as man can say about its creation. Ayn Rand captured this fact with her usual eloquence: If a drought strikes them, animals perish—man builds irrigation canals; if a flood strikes them animals perish—man builds dams; if a carnivorous pack attacks them, animals perish—man writes the Constitution of the United States.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Anil Maheshwari, The Indian Republic

…we draw the line on what is legal—and ethical?” Ayn Rand, who wielded a significant influence among libertarians and conservatives alike, said, “We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Jim Kempton, San Clemente Times (CA)

For those who seem to worship uber-capitalist Ayn Rand, here are some self-proclaimed particulars you should know about her

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Dwight Schmuck, Deerfield Valley News (VT)

How very Ayn Rand of you, Mr. Recca. Also, how very greedy. Taxes benefit us all…or would you rather go back to all toll roads? Perhaps you’d prefer feudal…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014

…DateMyPet and even The Atlasphere, for devotees of Ayn Rand’s libertarian philosophy. While such websites often have short life spans, they increasingly pull singles away from the larger, more general…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 15 Sep 2014
gjohnsit, Daily Kos

The Real Manly Men (and even more Manly Women) of Libertarian Genius decided a couple years ago to flee the socialist Hellhole of the United States and create Galt’s Gulch, but forrealsees.
So how do you think that turned out?

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Megan Sando, Stillwater News Press

…WHAT: Ayn Rand’s “Night of January 16th” WHEN: The play will run for eight performances Thursday…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Jim Lane, News & Review (Sacramento)

…The three-part film version of Ayn Rand’s massive novel ends with a whimper—and, yet again, with an entirely new cast, director (James Manera) and writers (Manera and producers Harmon…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014