Monthly Archives: March 2012

Is Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged scenario coming true?

John F. Floyd writes in the Gadsden Times: Are we in the early death throes of this wonderful country? This question would not have entered my mind five years ago. The United States had its problems in 2007, but the … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: Part II greenlighted, in theaters next fall

From Reason magazine: “It’s a poetic moment that today [February 2, 2012] Ayn Rand was born 107 years ago and we are greenlighting Atlas Shrugged: Part II,” announced producer John Aglialoro at Reason Weekend 2012, which was held in San … Continue reading

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The Atlas Shrugged movie’s Wesley Mouch: Video of Michael Lerner at the Oscars

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TrainTalk.TV: Atlas Shrugged is not a train movie

From a post at TrainTalk.TV: If you know the book Atlas Shrugged, or for that matter, the writer, Ayn Rand, you will know that her work is controversial and people either love it or hate it. Atlas Shrugged, Part 1 … Continue reading

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