You who prattle that morality is social and that man would need no morality on a desert island – it is on a desert island that he would need it most. Let him try to claim, when there are no victims to pay for it, that a rock is a house, that sand is clothing, […]
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If the Art of War had a sequel, it would be SJWs Always Lie. Vox Day was a leader against the SJW assault in the science fiction field which began before Gamergate has started. SJWs Always Lie is the compilation of his dealings with SJWs in media, technology and literature. The three laws of SJWS […]
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Rearden metal is the creation of self-made millionaire magnate Hank Rearden, who slaved away in ore mine during his teenage years. His efforts paid off as he eventually bought the mine and began producing steels himself. After years of researching, he created a revolutionary alloy that is even better than conventional steel. But the first […]
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Myers-Briggs is a widely used personality inventory for businesses, interestingly there hasn’t been one done for the characters from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. So I tried to fit the characters into the 16 categories with some characters omitted due to lack of space, take the official test here if you don’t know which type you are. (Ayn Rand herself has been thought to be an INTJ).
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Objectivism manifests itself everywhere whenever there is an objectivist around, comic book industry is not an exception either. The Question was created Steve Ditko, a devoted objectivist who co-created Spiderman with Stan Lee which later grew to become one of the most celebrated icons of Marvel comics. Other than his creation of Marvel comic book […]
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Sweden continues to destroy itself with more disastrous policies. 1/3 of the applications to asylum were granted between 2010 and 2012, only 1/10 were of serious cases, rather, most cases were granted for protections (62%) and conventional reasons (25&). Migration Board’s annual report shown that 9/10 asylum seekers did not possess a passport at the time […]
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Sowell was the prime mover to examine the phenomena of bright children who talked late, he named it after Einstein as he was a famous example of being a late talker (he recalled he began talking at 4 while other family members claimed it was 2). The common characteristics have been discovered as: Outstanding and […]
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