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The Spirit of Radio: Ayn Rand, Troi Torain, September 11, 2001, and the Power of the Airwaves
2 months ago
In May of 2000, my sixth grade class received the chance to go to Ellis and Liberty Islands not far from New York City. While we didn’t enter into Manhattan to experience the skyscrapers, especially t...
Reason First: Why Brett Kavanaugh Ought to Sit Away from the US Supreme Court Bench
2 months ago
What ought to be done about Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh is that he should cease any attempts to be on the highest judiciary bench in the United States of America. Though he may hold ...
Reason First: Worst Ways That Kaepernick Has Shamed America
2 months ago
Nike can do whatever it wants to do within the confines of the law. The multi-billion-dollar corporation has every right to choose what athletes represent its brand. It may be recovering from its #MeT...
Reason First: Why Tech Execs Are the Neo-Heroes of the Digital Age
2 months ago
Bureaucrats and Big Tech executives live on the same moral spectrum. Most of them regard altruism as the ruling moral ideal. They’ll both be quick to say that their services are “bigger than themselve...
Pulling Rank: Best Ways to Determine That the Illuminati Is Emotional from Rumors to Complete Fallacy
3 months ago
In a question proposed by an audience member during a taping of the Donahue (1967-1996) show to Ayn Rand regarding the existence of the Illuminati and whether that played a factor in Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged (1957), Miss Rand simply rejected anything like those “conspiracies.” As of late, the talk has resurfaced about secret societies running the Earth like Adam Smith’s invisible hand twirling the globe. But it was another Adam that fostered this whole debacle over what these behind doors gro...
Pulling Rank: Best Strategies for Preventing Gun Tragedies in America Listed From Pick up a Tablet to Lift up the Nation
3 months ago
When shots rang out during a video game conference, the jovial, buoyant atmosphere turned to dread. Yet another shooting had rocked a sector of the United States. The Jacksonville, Florida NFL Madden Championship Series gaming tournament became the scene of carnage. Police sirens blared and officers patrolled the premises as medical professionals carted off the wounded and the dead. What stands as stark is the fact that more and more quotes from people at the scene reverberate about more gun con...