It's no secret Ayn Rand modeled the character of Howard Roark, in many respects, after architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Could it be that she had a real life model for Peter Keating, as well?
One of the most powerful arguments against socialized medicine, emotionally and intellectually, lies in a book you may have forgotten to consult: Ayn Rand's first novel, We the Living.
Democrats claim to be retreating from the "public option" for government health care. But make no mistake, their new plan for a publicly funded health care "co-op" is a new name for the same bad ideas.
Sotomayor's appointment to the Supreme Court poses a challenge to all who value the U.S. Constitution: It's time to step up to the plate, and educate our fellow citizens about its nature and importance. Can you?
After Iran's recent clampdown on protesters, it took Barack Obama a full week to denounce the regime's brutality. Ever wonder what Ayn Rand's reaction to the same circumstances would have been?
Pop music is more than a superficial diversion. It can improve our mood, lift our sights, and remind us of the value of life. At this, few performers were as gifted as Michael Joseph Jackson.
Atlas Shrugged is topping the best-seller lists more than 50 years after its original publication, and the world has never been more in need of its ideas. Can we rise to the occasion?
College students today face an ideological onslaught from educators who are more concerned with creating "good citizens" than teaching them real knowledge. And it's time for a new approach.
There are more writers today than ever. Competition for paying work is stiff, and a useful way to distinguish good writers from bad is how they feel about this competition. Do they embrace it, or resent it?
Barring a major upset, Barack Obama will be our next president -- and Democrats will have an even stronger majority in Congress. So what can we expect to see from this perfect storm of the left?