…money" that is currently drowning the political system in this country. In fact Brat’s current Job is a direct gift from former BB&T CEO, and Ayn Rand Disciple John Allison, who, big shocker, now works for the Koch Brothers as head of the Cato Insitute:: According to The Street, during his…
…Hix for $10,000. Others in the field include Raise the Reward, Master Rocket, Fuzzy Dee Jay, Plain Ol’ Williard, Hehaz Given, Honey Let’s Sho, John Galt, and Uncle Virgil. The Gendelman has a post time of 4:24 p.m. Eastern and goes as race 7 on Sunday’s eight-race card…
Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
…the monster within himself.” Several days after he vanished, a box containing his blue, spiral-bound journal, his Apple laptop, a copy of the novel “Atlas Shrugged,” military records and other items arrived at the home of his close friend Kim Harrison, whom Bergdahl designated in his Army paperwork as the…
Global Post - The Grid
…Factbox: Tea Party activist Brat is economist and Ayn Rand fan GlobalPost The program, known as “The Moral Foundations of Capitalism,” is intended to further the ideas Rand outlined in her novel, “Atlas…
…order to stay afloat, that bank took a $3.1 billion bailout from the Bush administration. At the helm of the bank at that time was John Allison, an Ayn Rand-loving CEO. According to The Street, during his time as CEO of BB&T, Allison regularly used the BB&T Charitable Foundation, “to provide grants…
…Atlas Shrugged, part II, chapter II Let me make one thing clear, to begin with: I don’t think Ayn Rand was an unintelligent person. She was fiercely dogmatic in her opinions, quick to anger, possessed an enormous ego, and rarely if ever forgave….
…before the cost of this administration’s meddling with the economy becomes prohibitive? At what point will it stop being fair and become criminal? Ayn Rand’s prophetic novel Atlas Shrugged has a chapter in which hundreds of people on a crowded train lose their lives because railroad employees have…
The New Yorker
…of the man in the White House: in 1936, they voted for Roosevelt’s reëlection. This edition of “Forgotten Man” is to the graphic novel what “Atlas Shrugged”—and please know this is not a compliment—is to the novel. Its characters are thinly sketched archetypes; its mode of exposition is the bludgeon….