Craig Biddle's Articles
Philosophy, Politics & Rights
A “Teal Movement” in Iran Could Be the End of the Regime: The U.S. Should Encourage It
Craig Biddle April 12, 2011
The Green Movement in Iran, which arose in 2009 when the regime rigged the presidential “elections” to keep Ahmadinejad in place, has been struggling—with no moral support from the Obama administration—to free the Iranian people from the religious dictatorship that oppresses them. Because the Iranian regime is the main state…
Ayn Rand & Objectivism
An Interview with Atlas Shrugged Movie Producer Harmon Kaslow
Craig Biddle February 20, 2011
Discusses the film, how it came together, choice of screenwriter and director, casting, score, and distribution.
An Interview with Andrew Schiff about Fishing Nets, Hut Gluts, and other Economic Matters
The author and investor discusses his book, the state of economy, the cause of America’s financial problems, and investment possibilities under the circumstances.
Politics & Rights
The Republicans’ Opportunity to Restore America . . . and Their Obstacle
Considers the Republicans’ alternatives following their victories in the 2010 midterm elections, and identifies a moral conflict, which, if unresolved, will preclude them from saving the land of liberty.
The Winners of the First Annual TOS Essay Contest
Craig Biddle October 17, 2010
The winners of the first annual TOS essay contest are: First Place, winning $2,000 and publication of her essay in TOS: Deborah Sloan, “Capitalism: The Forgotten American Dream” Second Place, winning $750: Kristian Kanya, “Realizing the Good Life: On the Moral Foundation of Capitalism” Third Place, winning $300: Caitlin McLean,…
Jean Meslier on the Dearth of Knowledge Resulting from the Acceptance of Religion
Craig Biddle September 4, 2010
Here’s a beautiful (albeit harrowing) passage from Meslier’s Superstition in All Ages: What light could have been thrown into the minds of many famous thinkers, if, instead of occupying themselves with a useless theology, and its impertinent disputes, they had turned their attention upon intelligible and truly important objects. Half…