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Thursday 18 September 2014
Biprorshee Das, Economic Times (India)

…USP). Recently, Ohri even directed a play — Ayn Rand’s The Night of January 16th. Besides personal satisfaction, Ohri insists that his passion for theatre has shaped his professionalism. “Once I…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Emma Atlas, Diamondback Online (U of MD)

I, unlike most of you, do not judge books by their covers. More than one person has told me to go read Atlas Shrugged, not because of the obvious humor, but because of my beliefs. After a lot of “It’s too long,” or “I heard it was bad,” I finally picked it up.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 18 Sep 2014
Wednesday 17 September 2014
Sherry Lucas, Clarion Ledger (Jackson, MS)

…and the art museum partner for a screening of “The Fountainhead,” starring Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal. Both are free; cash bar and concessions open at 6:30 p.m. Songs and sights “Passages and Places,” a…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Yahoo! News

…At the Devil’s Door NR HORROR . Atlas Shrugged III: Who Is John Galt? PG-13 OBJECTIVIST DRAMA   . Believe PG DRAMA/SPORTS   . Faith Connections NR DOCUMENTARY…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 12 Sep 2014
Mike Scott, Times-Picayune (New Orleans)

James Manera directs the final installment in the three-part indie adaptation of Ayn Rand’s iconic novel. Set in 2020, it tells the story of one man who has the answer to the mysterious disappearance of the nation’s most productive – and the one woman…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Giuseppe Macri, Daily Caller

Thiel is well known in Silicon Valley for his libertarian political perspective and, according to Business Insider, dreams of building an independent libertarian city-state on a platform at sea similar to the entrepreneurial paradise described in Ayn Rand’s objectivist novel “Atlas Shrugged,” or the loosely based video game adaptation “Bioshock.”

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Ed Crooks, Financial Times (London)

Has there ever been a weirder film trilogy than the three-part adaptation of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged? A labour of love for producers Harmon Kaslow and John Aglialoro, the films are clumsy and often amateurish in their scripts, acting, set design and visual …

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
InvestorPlace

Greenspan was one of the most ardent and eloquent goldbugs in the 1960s. He was a close follower of Ayn Rand and some of his writings on gold still stand today as among the best ever produced on the role of gold in protecting citizens from currency…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Walter Hudson, PJ Media

Elan Journo, Fellow and Director of Policy Research at the Ayn Rand Institute, talks with interviewer Steve Simpson about the confused foreign policy which has led to the longest war in American history. Journo begins by accurately identifying the enemy…

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Tuesday 16 September 2014
Delcan Finn, The Examiner

Q: Many of your chapter quotes are from Ayn Rand, who (according to Wikipedia, anyway) supported abortion. How much does Rand influence your writing?

LF: I am also unfamiliar with her stance on abortion, not that it would matter with the relevancy of her quotes. I doubt she’d think government control over the process is a good thing. An agent asked me to compare O93 with other books, and in short I put it as “Atlas Shrugged” with less pages and more women. The success of this assertion is entirely left to the reader.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Byron Graham, Denver Westword

[Saunders:] I don’t know what [Ayn Rand] actually stood for, but the way she landed in my mind was that power was its own justification. That’s very appealing to an adolescent mind.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 16 Sep 2014

Among Kinstler’ s more than 1,500 portrait subjects are personalities Tony Bennett, Carol Burnett, James Cagney, Katharine Hepburn, Mary Tyler Moore, Paul Newman, Peter O’Toole, Gregory Peck, Christopher Plummer and John Wayne. Others who have posed for him include … writers Arthur Miller, Ayn Rand, Tennessee Williams and Tom Wolfe; and astronauts Alan Shepard and Scott Carpenter.

Posted almost 5 years ago Publication date: 16 Sep 2014