Randex

Monday 29 December 2014
Walter Hudson, PJ Media

Hitchens’ presentation of Christianity highlights one of the greatest challenges to Christian apologetics. Increasingly, a dichotomy has been offered between reason and faith. Ayn Rand defined the two concepts as opposites, and the co-relation of religion and atrocity has been increasingly cited as evidence that faith literally kills.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 25 Dec 2014
Wednesday 17 September 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 over 3 years ago Publication date: 17 Sep 2014
Thursday 04 September 2014
Walter Hudson, PJ Media

PJTV contributors Andrew Klavan and Bill Whittle proceed under the same handicap when they criticize Rand in their most recent episode of Klavan and Whittle, embedded above. It’s tough to blame them for a clumsy handling of her ideas, because I’ve been there. Indeed, it’s fair to expect that the vast majority of people stand largely unequipped to handle Rand’s philosophy. It is so radically different from anything else before or since, and has yet to be widely taught and understood.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 04 Sep 2014
Tuesday 29 July 2014
Positive
Walter Hudson, PJ Media

…is explored in a recent episode of The Peikoff Podcasts by Ayn Rand Institute executive director Yaron Brook. Answering why so many professing libertarians are anti-Israel, Brook explained: I…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 29 Jul 2014
Monday 21 July 2014
Positive
Walter Hudson, PJ Media

Lost in the loudest rhetoric dominating the Republican foreign policy debate is an application of non-interventionism which nonetheless acknowledges Islamic totalitarianism. As Ayn Rand Institute executive director Yaron Brook explains in the clip above, the U.S. and Israel share a common enemy, an ideology which expressly seeks to deprive individuals of their rights. Non-intervention does not mean sticking our head in the sand and ignoring real enemies. It means limiting our response to actions which defend us rather than police the world.

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 21 Jul 2014