Liberty means responsibility that is why most men dread it. – George Bernard Shaw PHOTO CREDIT: Destruction, from The Course of Empire by Thomas Cole (1836). By Thomas Cole – Explore Thomas Cole, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=183045
Ritual public humiliation.
Tim Pool makes the case that, under the guise of social justice, technology companies (like Facebook, Google, and Twitter) have begun removing people they view to be ‘unhealthy’ for the conversation. But who gives them this right? How long until these companies ban you from finance and the economy for wrongthink? PHOTO CREDIT: By Zbigniew… Read More Tech Giants Are Driving Us Into a Techno-Dystopian Future
This month marks the 75th anniversary of Ayn Rand’s novel The Fountainhead. The book has been translated into 29 languages and was Ayn Rand’s first major novel and first expression of her philosophy, Objectivism. To this day, The Fountainhead endures, as Ms. Rand put it, not to politics but to man’s soul and is a… Read More 75th Anniversary of “The Fountainhead”
In this video, Bruno Turner shows how the contemporary Leftist hysteria of Anti-Male, Anti-White, Anti-Trump, Fat Acceptance, Virtue Signaling, and all other kinds of evil, fit into Ayn Rand’s description of hatred of the good for being the good. You’ll also see that individualism and egalitarianism are polar opposites, and the attempts in certain right… Read More Cultural Marxism vs Individualism
One hundred thirteen years ago on February 2nd was the anniversary of the birth of philosopher and author Ayn Rand. Below is the speech The Fountainhead hero Howard Roarke delivered to a jury from the 1949 film. This is what America is all about. Man is not a means to an end but an end… Read More Ayn Rand: Individualism
If there is any speech or collection of words that beautifully summarizes the struggle of companies or individuals vs. environmentalists is Howard Roark’s speech in Ayn Rand’s novel The Fountainhead. Here is an excerpt taken from the 1949 film adaptation of her work that starred Gary Cooper.