This week's round up includes some great insights and analyses written by authors who are animated by Objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand. According to Ayn Rand:
Without further ado, I present Objectivist Roundup #62!
- Joseph Kellard presents Harlequin Saves posted at The American Individualist, saying, "A commentary on "Infidel," by Ayaan Hirsi Ali."
- Tom Stelene presents Greens Protest Taking Them Seriously posted at Liberation from Environmentalism, saying " Environmentalists are protesting both the use of new "eco-friendly" technology that they have been calling for, and the use of "eco-friendly" energy that they have also been calling for."
- Grant Jones presents Constitution Day at K-State posted at The Dougout, saying, " Short piece on fun and games in whackademia. Thanks."
- C. August presents Misplaced Blame for 9/11 Memorial Delays posted at Titanic Deck Chairs, saying, "Ah, if only we were more like China. Those boys can really get things done."
- Tom Stelene presents What I Learned in Church - as an Adult posted at Al-Kafir Akbar!, saying, "It is cooperation with one's mind controllers. That is the reality of what mass is, and if I told any of them that, I am sure I would be better off telling it to a wall."
- Paul McKeever presents Elizabeth May: You're Stupid, So Vote Green posted at Paul McKeever. , saying, "If you want rock-solid evidence that Rand was right about environmentalism being a cover for the anti-industrial revolution, one can do no better than to read about the Green Party of Canada's Elizabeth May. America: beware. "
- Paul Hsieh presents British Educational Bureaucracy posted at NoodleFood, saying, "Sometimes comedy is the best path to truth..."
- Joseph Kellard presents A Monadnock Valley Experience posted at The American Individualist.
- Ari Armstrong presents Hank Brown Rallies Republican Majority for Choice posted at FreeColorado.com, saying, "Hank Brown, former U.S. Senator, former president of the University of Colorado, championed individual rights in a speech to the Republican Majority for Choice in Denver."
- Myrhaf presents The Blank Screen President posted at Myrhaf, saying, "This is my analysis of Barack Obama's character."
- Valda Redfern presents CAPITALISM posted at Valzhalla, saying, "Something to shout about."
- Galileo Blogs presents From De Facto to De Jure: The Nationalization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac posted at Galileo Blogs, saying, "Postscript: I wrote this last week when the government took over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Now the government has just taken over AIG, the world's largest insurer. All three takeovers mark growing socialism. Socialism is not the answer to this crisis. It helped cause it, going back to the 1930s and earlier."
- Gus Van Horn presents An "F" in Reading posted at Gus Van Horn.
- Adam Reed presents Christianism and I, and How It All Became Personal posted at Born to Identify.
- C. August presents Palin and the Bush Doctrine in Historical Context posted at Titanic Deck Chairs, saying, "This is my expansion on a previous post about presidential foreign policy, in light of the current focus on the topic from the election."
- Nick Provenzo presents The Fundamental Right to Abortion posted at The Rule of Reason, saying, "In affirming a woman's absolute right to abort an unwanted fetus, it seems I have triggered the wrath of the anti-abortion lynch mob if the recent death threats in my inbox are any indication."
- Peter Cresswell presents Just scratching a living in paradise posted at NOT PC, saying, "PC posts some basic lessons in property rights from what should be the Pacific paradise of Fiji."
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