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Ayn Rand, Freedom and “The Virtue of Selfishness”

We are in an era of constant crisis.  Why?  Because our corrupt government is now making decisions about our lives that formerly we individuals made for ourselves.  Ayn Rand’s “The Virtue of Selfishness” makes this point clearly: when individuals make decisions that reflect what’s best for themselves and their families you have a successful, prosperous society.  But when government decides ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Bring Your Own Binders

When: Thursday, October 18th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: Don Watkins, co-author of Free Market Revolution joins us, and then some debate chat. Bring your own binders!

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Review: Atlas Shrugged: Part II

Altas Shrugged Part II

Atlas Shrugged: Part II opened in theaters today, and I was lucky enough to be in a market that had an early matinee this morning. Of course, I already had tickets, and was first in the theater… way too early. Again, no spoilers but a few thoughts. Part II, “The Strike”, is anti-climactic. If you have read the book, you ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Yaron Brook, Free Market Revolution and the UN

When: Thursday, September 27th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: Yaron Brook (@YaronBrook), executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute, talks with us about his new book, “Free Market Revolution. How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can ...

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Free Market Revolution

Amid the ire directed towards our government, our biggest corporate entities and each other, there are calls from all sides for dramatic change in the policies and politics of America. From TEA party activists, to Occupiers, to the weary long-time unemployed, there is a sense of urgency that something must change, and must change fast. Free Market Revolution is a ...

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The Sole Moral Imperative And The Inherent Amorality of Collectivist Moral Philosophy

“Be fruitful and multiply.” That is God’s imperative to those creations that it made in its image. It is the sole moral imperative. In this piece I will be using the idea of being fruitful specifically, and will be using the biblical idea of fruitfulness as a synonym for Aristotle’s definition of happiness. Aristotle defines happiness as: “Happiness (or flourishing ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray

When: Thursday, August 16th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight:Tonight: Conservative rockers Madison Rising chat about their new album and Kickstarter project and we debunk the idea that Paul Ryan’s policies are influenced by Ayn ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – 7/26

When: Thursday, July 26th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight:Former Congressional candidate for VA05, and BTR host of The Sons Of Liberty show, Bradley Rees (@BradleySRees) joins me to talk TEA and libertarian / Rand ...

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Rick Santorum, the Romney alternative to Romney

Rick Santorum, after a 2nd place showing in Iowa, has been recently hailed as the “conservative alternative to Mitt Romney”. Conservative in what sense though? Conservative because he’s religious and seems to live the model good Christian life? Conservative because he’s a super military hawk? Conservative because he’s socially conservative? The one area he’s not conservative is in the domestic ...

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An American Anthem

I recently assigned Ayn Rand’s novella Anthem to my freshman English students as a reading assignment. I’ve read this piece numerous times over the years, but this was the first time I had read it through someone else’s eyes – my students’. It also resonated with me differently this time because of the current entitlement crisis as represented by the ...

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Atlas Shrugged: Part 1

It has been 21 years since my grandfather directed me to read Atlas Shrugged. It changed my life. I know that sounds cliche, but it is the truth, nonetheless.  He died just after I graduated high school, not long after. I will never be able to thank him enough for getting that book into my hands. Skip ahead 21 years: ...

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In Praise of Free Enterprise

My life was turned upside-down on the morning of February 12, 2011. The previous evening my wife and I went through a city that is blessed with the presence of a Der Weinerschnitzel. I have worshipped many times at the altar of this wonderful hotdog emporium featuring my all-time favorite chili cheese dogs and Polish sandwiches. I partook of both ...

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‘Going Galt’ Without Realizing

In March of this year, there was a firestorm of libertarians and ultra-conservatives taking up the call of John Galt from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.  Galt is a bright inventor/engineer that decides to quit furnishing his skills to the economy when his company goes Marxist. Several on the right are considering a Galt-like removal from the economy to starve the ...

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