Ayn Rand & Objectivism, Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Ayn Rand’s American Morality
Craig Biddle August 25, 2021
Real Americans, genuine Americans—not those who merely live here, but individuals anywhere in the world who live the American way—are wonderful people. And they deserve a moral code that supports their wonderful way of life. That moral code is Ayn Rand’s Objectivist ethics.
Economics, Politics & Rights, Reviews
Where Have All the Capitalists Gone? Essays in Moral Political Economy by Richard M. Salsman
Robert Begley August 25, 2021
Anyone interested in philosophy, politics, or economics will benefit from reading Where Have All the Capitalists Gone? It is an important and accessible explanation of capitalism, which clearly shows why it is the only social system for a free and prosperous future.
Arts & Culture
Innovators in Sculpture and Innovators in Painting by Dianne Durante
Joseph Kellard August 18, 2021
Dianne Durante's Innovators in Sculpture and Innovators in Painting transform a monumental topic into a manageable form, helping readers to better understand and appreciate the work of artistic trailblazers.
Arts & Culture, Reviews
State of Fear by Michael Crichton
F. F. Mormanni August 12, 2021
Throughout State of Fear, Michael Crichton artfully incorporates real-life academic sources, graphs, and other research, slowly piecing together his own thoughts about global warming and comparing these with commonly held beliefs.
Job Opening: Help SFL Advance Ayn Rand’s Ideas Worldwide
TOS Admin August 4, 2021
Our friends at Students for Liberty (SFL) are seeking an Educational Content Associate to help develop content and run programs teaching people about Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism.
Arts & Culture, Economics
How a McDonald’s Gig Helped Propel Olympian Quanesha Burks to Tokyo
Jon Hersey August 2, 2021
A $15 per hour minimum wage would have tripped Quanesha Burks up at the starting line of her career.
Arts & Culture, Reviews
Two Complete Novels of the American West: Hot Iron and The Time It Never Rained by Elmer Kelton
F. F. Mormanni July 15, 2021
Texas novelist Elmer Kelton’s West is a vivid, authentic world—one in which farmers struggle to keep their land, ranchers work backbreaking hours to support their families, cowboys explore the depths of the wilderness, and people make difficult but admirable choices in the face of adversity.