Planning to be in the Las Vegas area for OCON this year? You're invited to a cocktail party at the Red Rock Hotel, an informal gathering organized by and for Atlasphere members.
If you know an intelligent, ambitious young student who is tired of the same old collectivist twaddle in school, ask them if they'd like to attend a seminar dedicated to life, glory, and reason.
Ayn Rand spoke eloquently, in the 1960s, of mankind's visit to the moon. What would she say today of our "retreat"? Though she's not here to say, another writer has taken up the cause.
Plans for the movie are taking shape. Learn what format it will take, some surprising details revealed already by the all-powerful director, and what the team of co-producers really thinks of Ayn Rand's work.
Fifty years after its publication, Atlas Shrugged sells 130,000 copies a year, continues to inspire readers from all walks of life, and remains as relevant as ever to the moral and political problems in America.
Join us in celebrating Ayn Rand's hundredth birthday. ...And in remembering what she taught us to honor, above all else.
The duopoly of American politics is dangerous and unnecessary. Vote for the man who stands for individual rights. (Part two of a two-part series at the Atlasphere on the 2004 presidential elections.)
Why will the Libertarian Party's first presidential candidate be voting for George W. Bush this year? Find out. (Part one of a two-part series at the Atlasphere on the 2004 presidential elections.)
Join us in wishing a happy birthday to the sleekest, hippest, fastest-growing Ayn Rand community on the internet. (And check out what we've got in store for the next few months.)
With catharsis comes healing. But for many, that path has been a long one. In this interview, one man who was in downtown Manhattan shares his thoughts and memories from September 11, 2001.
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