National Review Online
One of the Missouri Plan’s original architects was Harold Laski, a famous British Marxist upon whom Ayn Rand based the villain in The Fountainhead. As I have explained … this method of selection was (like other progressive programs) designed to give “experts” — in this case, the left-leaning lawyers who dominate the organized bar — the bulk of the decision rights in the selection process.
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
It doesn’t qualify as an actual disease, but some suburbanites are willing to build a relationship around a mutual admiration for the Ayn Rand novels “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.”
“I am fit, but very curvy. I’m a laying by the fruitbowl in an Italian painting kind of woman, and quite frankly that is how I like to be,” reads the profile of a 44-year-old Mundelein woman who is looking for a man on TheAtlasphere.com and knows what she wants. There are no “long walks on the beach” or “getting caught in the rain” among her turn-ons.