Tag Archives: Ayn Rand
“You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”… Ayn Rand This is a great quote from Ayn, which I had managed to overlook until now. Any other fans of Ayn out there?
Either that or my schizoid tendencies are returning. A Quote: “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.. . . Albert Pike Who is Albert Pike … Continue reading
Cogent. Very Cogent. “You can’t eliminate income inequality until you eliminate effort inequality”. Thanks to @obamascrewingus
Today is day 4 of the search for the perfect header. (Remember, those of you who receive the blog via e-mail, need to click on the title which will direct you to thr actual web page) This picture was taken … Continue reading
Today is also the “anniversary” of one of the most controversial literary passages in the history of the Western world: It is the date given in Atlas Shrugged of John Galt’s speech. In Atlas Shrugged, the hero, John Galt, makes … Continue reading
The political arena is making me weary…So called “Republicans” are fighting more with those that adhere to the US Constitution than being unified against their “colleagues” on the other side of the isle, who appear to be working to destroy, … Continue reading
Part II of Atlas Shrugged opens today at approximately 1,800 theaters. That is a good bit more than Part I that opened with 250. Timing is everything and they could not have picked a better time to release Part II. … Continue reading