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Tuesday 05 August 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 about 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 about 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Jesse Kline, National Post (Toronto)

…com, “a dating and networking site for fans of Ayn Rand, her famous novels such as Atlas Shrugged and her philosophy of objectivism,” and Libertarian Passions, a “free online dating & social…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 05 Aug 2014
Monday 04 August 2014
Zach Noble, TheBlaze

…a Minnesota radio host took a page out of Ayn Rand’s book: He decried self-sacrifice and taxes before quitting on-air. “We are endlessly told to live for others,” said host Jason Lewis during…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Aug 2014
Eddie Scarry, Mediaite

…on a new social media site he co-founded, “Galt.io”: Lewis who has long complained about the heavy hand of government is apparently living up to his word and is “Going Galt” – a phrase derived…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Aug 2014
Sunday 03 August 2014
Thomas Frank, Salon

…because we are afraid. We do it because the John Galts who rule us won’t have it any other way. If we want them to create jobs, we must do as they instruct.I am sure that the next few corporate scandals…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 03 Aug 2014
Saturday 02 August 2014
Steve Serby, New York Post

…bigger than that. Q: What’s your favorite book? A: Ayn Rand wrote a book called The Fountainhead, and she also wrote Atlas Shrugged. Q: If you could go back to any point in history, where would you want…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 02 Aug 2014
ej heinemann, Daily Kos

…I remember reading Ayn Rand many summers ago after my freshman year in college. I read “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.” At that time they seemed to make sense…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 02 Aug 2014
Friday 01 August 2014
Carl Marcucci, Radio & Television Business Report

…website galt.io. The site says this about “Going Galt”: “A phrase derived from the iconic Ayn Rand novel ‘Atlas Shrugged.’ In the book, the ‘producers’ or ‘men of the minds’ — as the famed author put it…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 01 Aug 2014
Kristin Tillotson, Star-Tribune (Minneapolis)

…attention to his fledgling libertarian website, Galt.io, but also to put his money where his mouth is on taxation and highly regulated businesses. “There’s a…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 01 Aug 2014
All Access Music Group

…this year, named after the hero of AYN RAND’s “Atlas Shrugged,” and posted on his Twitter feed, “Today I left the radio biz for something better,” with a link to that site and the hashtag #GoingGalt. At WTCN…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 01 Aug 2014
Adam Lee, Patheos

Atlas Shrugged, part II, chapter III At the end of his workday, Rearden is looking down on the factory floor, musing on Dagny’s story of Ken Danagger’s…

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 01 Aug 2014