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Atlas Shrugged Is Coming True

Atlas Shrugged Is Coming True

by James Cox I was scanning the internet today and I came across this article on the Wall Street Journal’s Website. The article was titled ‘Atlas Shrugged’: From Fiction to Fact in 52 Years, I don’t normally read the WSJ because the articles in it are fairly liberal, this one however caught my eye because […]

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A Case Against Universal Service

A Case Against Universal Service

by Jim Anderson We know about Barack Obama’s “Change.” His change is servitude, slavery and dedication to the so-called “almighty state!” We know that he seeks to implement a civilian defense force. One he called for a force that is “just as strong and just as well-funded a our military” he will force the youth […]

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Self Ownership and The Second Amendment

Self Ownership and The Second Amendment

by Andy Daken In 1776, Americans colonists took up arms against tyranny and became American citizens. Two hundred and thirty years later, that option is no longer available. The Second Amendment which states that the right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed is under fire on a daily basis. President […]

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Ayn Rand Mike Wallace Interview 1959 part 1, 2 & 3

by James Cox In this engaging 1959 interview, her first on television, Ayn Rand capsulizes her philosophy for CBS’s Mike Wallace. The discussion ranges from the nature of morality to the economic and historical distortions disseminated about the “robber barons.” She also comments on her relationship with Frank O’Connor, provides some autobiographical information and gives […]

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Why Nobody Wants to Bail Out Automakers, Except Bureaucrats

Why Nobody Wants to Bail Out Automakers, Except Bureaucrats

by Kaz Vorpal One thing you’ll notice about the debate over bailing out the automakers is that, even more than in general, everyone’s against it except corrupt politicians, panhandling automakers, and monopolistic union officials. That’s because it’s a lose/lose situation if we do, but things might actually get better if we don’t. First, let’s consider […]

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