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Ayn Rand

Movie Review — Atlas Shrugged, Part 1

April 21, 2011

So, we’re nearly two-and-a-half years into the Obama Nation and you still haven’t read Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged?  Poor, my friend, poor.  I won’t spoil anything here. It’s definitely one of those books that you need to read because while the movie is entertainment (released on Tax Day!), the book is also a work of [...]

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Ayn Rand on Socialized Health Care

October 8, 2009

Upon discussing Atlas Shrugged with my father a few weeks ago, he spotted an editorial in the Providence Journal (the local Rhode Island paper slowly dying like the rest of the MSM) which spotlighted Rand’s book We the Living from 1936.  Well, the article said that a 1942 movie on the book exists and only recently on DVD format.  [...]

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“Atlas” Has an Itch

October 6, 2009

Wealthy people are leaving the tax-hell of New York, while 45% of doctors would consider quitting if Obama Care were enacted.  Scary prospects for New York’s looter class and the nation as a whole, respectfully, when those who produce, create, innovate and do the hard work at the top are abused to the point of [...]

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I’ve Shrugged “Atlas”

August 1, 2009

SPOILER FREE: I love the imagery — Atlas, holding the world on his shoulders, deciding it’s too much and shrugging to relieve his distress.  Doesn’t sound fun for those of us on Earth, though. About a month ago, I heard that Ayn Rand’s tome, Atlas Shrugged, was a book all the Tea Party-types out there were reading or [...]

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