For those of you who do not know about Tommy Robinson, it’s time for you to see what a brave man he is. Tommy grew up in a racially diverse place in the UK called Luton, for many years different groups of races lived in harmony, until Islam arrived. Fast forward to the present, Luton […]Read more "Free Tommy"
*CONTAINS SPOILERS* Who is Milo Yiannopoulos? Well, if you are part of the counter cultural movement beginning in 2014, you would know who he is. Milo was a tech blogger who rose to fame after appearing on a talkshow and called a rabid feminist a “darling”. Since then, he became one of the greatest leaders of the […]Read more "The Dangerous Agorist: Review of Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos"
Being a bad boy doesn’t mean one has to be horrible or mean, it means to exercise rational self interest in a profound way. The opposite of being a bad boy is being a nice guy, also known as a second hander. Regarding second handers, this is what Rand thought of them: A [second-hander] is […]Read more "How to Be a Bad (Objectivist) Boy"
Review and summary of Dr. Walter E. Williams’ autobiographyRead more "Review: Up From the Pojects-The Legacy of Walter E. Willams"
Other than Ayn Rand, there’s a very special person who has greatly influenced my thinking and writing. That person is none other than the economist I frequently refer to- Thomas Sowell. This article is based on The Man of Letters which is a pun for great scholar but it is also a collection of his letters. Thomas […]Read more "Thomas Sowell- Economist, Hero"
Say’s law is an influential idea still being controversial amongst contemporary economists, the law derived from his magnus opus A Treatise on Political Economy (Or the Production, Distribution and Consumption of Wealth). The volume is divided into 3 books, the first one concerns production. Say discussed the nature of production which is to generate goods and service for […]Read more "Jean-Baptiste Say: Grandfather of French Political Economy"
James “Jimmy” Dean is often regarded as one of the greatest actors, but he has only had lead roles in 3 films before his tragic accident: East of Eden (1955) Rebel Without a Cause (1955) Giant (1956) There are many biographies written as well as biopics made about James Dean, so this article is not gonna be […]Read more "Finding Integrity in Hollywood"