Randex

Wednesday 30 July 2014
Positive
Michael Shaughnessy, EducationViews

…do? I’m happy to! Currently, I’m curator at the Ayn Rand Archives, which is a department of the Ayn Rand Institute. The Archives is the world’s largest repository of Rand-themed material. Our mission…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 30 Jul 2014
Negative
the red baron, SB Nation - Viva El Birdos

…torn out of that slowly-shrinking copy of “The Fountainhead” you traded your Buick for last month. And that is why I prefer a market where you have more options, rather than less, to improve and reshape your…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 30 Jul 2014
Positive
S.E. Cupp, CNN

He’s said that he considers himself an “independent, leaning to libertarian,” who’s read Ayn Rand’s “The Fountainhead” three times.

But one can hardly imagine Rand extolling the patriotic virtues of paying taxes – which she likened to government theft – as Cuban has. Or urging Michael Bloomberg, the world’s most invasive manny, to run for president, which Cuban also did.

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 30 Jul 2014
Monday 28 July 2014
Positive
Johanna Luyssen, Le Monde

…qui connaîtra une réussite fulgurante. Le second, Howard Roark, est brillantissime, révolutionnaire et sans concessions. Il subira le rejet et la violence d'une société décrite ici avec une intelligence…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 28 Jul 2014
Positive
Ed Driscoll, PJ Media

…Is Barack Obama John Galt?”,  John Hinderaker provocatively asked yesterday at Power Line: Now, Barack Obama has decreed that the American Atlas should shrug. Weary…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 28 Jul 2014
Neutral
Ross Douthat, New York Times - Evaluations

…Chait’s piece would provide an excellent opportunity to resume our long-running, “Does Paul Ryan regard “The Fountainhead” as a blueprint for public policy?” debate, especially since he actually gives a little ground on that essential question. But unfortunately…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 28 Jul 2014
Sunday 27 July 2014
Positive

Downes: Well thank you for enlightening me. The rush to judgement has nothing to do with ego or arrogance; it’s just trying to make sense of the world around us. It’s just a version of MMA Objectivism. Can I borrow your copy of “The Fountainhead”?

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 27 Jul 2014
Negative
Christopher M. Ellis, Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg, VA)

The interest in Ayn Rand is emblematic of a nihilistic denial of every moral virtue any religion has ever taught. Her philosophy, if such it can be called, is a justification of pitilessness; she thought Friedrich Nietzsche wasn’t tough enough.

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 27 Jul 2014
Saturday 26 July 2014
Neutral
Bill Eville, Vineyard Gazette

…she won an Academy Award), Gary Cooper in the Fountainhead, John Wayne in Operation Pacific, Andy Griffin in A Face in the Crowd and Ronald Reagan in John Loves Mary. On screen Ms. Neal could shift in an…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 26 Jul 2014
Friday 25 July 2014
Positive
ZydecoVivo, Teen Ink Magazine

…began to take shape. That is the year that Ayn Rand was born in the USSR. Over the course of her lifetime, she wrote several fiction and nonfiction accounts of her philosophy, objectivism. This…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 25 Jul 2014
Positive
Edward Hudgins, Washington Times

…a world as it can be and should be.To put it in Ayn Rand language, they have the values and spirit of a Howard Roark and now need the politics of a John Galt. These are just the values that must…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 25 Jul 2014
Mixed

…historicamente complexas. Assim, à cabeça, The Fountainhead, encenação do holandês Ivo van Hove do romance da norte-americana Ayn Rand, já adaptado ao cinema por King Vidor (Vontade Indómita, 1949) em que, na…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 25 Jul 2014