Biographies, History, Philosophy, Politics & Rights
John Locke: The Father of Liberalism
Jon Hersey August 21, 2019
Those who built America—the freest and most moral country on earth—stood on the shoulders of John Locke. We who fight for individual rights and freedom today stand on his shoulders, too.
Announcements, Ayn Rand & Objectivism, Philosophy
TOS-Con Video: “Intellectual Independence: Your Basic Means of Thriving”
Craig Biddle August 16, 2019
On the nature of intellectual independence, how it differs from independent thinking, and how to cultivate it so you can love your life to the fullest.
Ayn Rand & Objectivism, Philosophy
The Argument from Intimidation: A Confession of Intellectual Impotence
Craig Biddle June 20, 2019
People who use this method do so because “they have no arguments, no evidence, no proof, no reason, no ground to stand on.” —Ayn Rand
Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Liberating Public Lands
Jon Hersey May 21, 2019
Public lands are a drain on American citizens and a barrier to the production of life-serving values. If we want to stop wasting potential resources and, instead, use them to enrich our lives, we must privatize public lands.