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Curious about the details of the new Atlas Shrugged movie trailer? Screenwriter Brian Patrick O'Toole joined us for a quick round of questions about the writing, CGI, and other details behind the recently released trailer.
In the former Soviet republic of Belarus rules Europe's last authoritarian dictator. His brutal crackdown on dissidents in December generated controversy, around which many questions remain. Jaroslav Romanchuk has answers.
America's skyrocketing national debt forces us to make hard choices. Do we go bankrupt? Raise taxes? Make (politically impossible) entitlement cuts? Perhaps, instead, we should simply cut wasteful and costly government regulations.
The self-made Atlases of the world keep the wheels of civilization turning, with many of our Founding Fathers among them. As a self-made rapper might say, "It's all about the Benjamins."
A recent article in Forbes magazine tells us Ayn Rand "believed in UFOs." Did Miss Rand have a hobby none of us knew about? Don your tinfoil hat, grab your binoculars, and let's take a look.
Cheaper prices on various goods and services from around the world are generally a good thing for American consumers. So why is it that so many 'free trade' advocates see this as unfair?
Brook has become a leading crusader for Ayn Rand's ideas, in the media and elsewhere. We joined him at a recent event in Atlanta to see what his speaking events are like in person.
When it comes to the First Amendment, there is no restriction on who may publish information. Why, then, has Wikileaks been targeted so aggressively by the US government?
The dazzling new Tron Legacy movie extends the original like a richly vivid fractal universe, amplifying every aspect of Tron -- including Disney's tired moral pretensions.
What was it like to attend the ten-minute sneak-peek of the Atlas Shrugged movie earlier this month in New York City? An Atlasphere member relates his firsthand experience.