Review and summary of Dr. Walter E. Williams’ autobiographyRead more "Review: Up From the Pojects-The Legacy of Walter E. Willams"
Norman Stephen Kinsella is an Austro-anarchist legal theorist (from his own website). His primary focus is on patent law and intellectual property rights. This is a review of his most recent work titled Against Intellectual Property and I aim to refute some of his assertions against protecting intellectual property rights. There is no problem addressing […]Read more "Supporting Intellectual Property?- Review of Against Intellectual Property"
Big Little Lies is one of the best books I’ve read so far this year, the reason it deserves a proper review is not only because how good the book was, but because the story contains messages about virtually all of the virtues of Objectivism. Warning: Contains Spoilers The story itself is a satirical black […]Read more "Oh Calamity! Review of Big Little Lies"
Warning: Contains spoilers La La Land (2016) is written by Damien Chazelle, who directed a hit film 3 years ago about the an ambitious drum players and his instructor. Chazelle came back to the screen with his La La Land. La La Land is a story about two people in Los Angeles following their dreams. Emma […]Read more "Review: Finding Your Dream in La La Land"
A Town Called Alice wasn’t the most amazing sounding title ever, it has been on my list of books to read from 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die, however I did not know this was gonna become one of my favourite books. Warning: Contains spoilers The story can be divided into 2 parts […]Read more "A Happier Life-Reivew of: A Town Called Alice"
Warning: Contains Spoilers Civil War is a crossover event in the Marvel Comic universe. Following M-day when Scarlet Witch rendered 90% of the mutant population powerless, the growing tension of mutant and human escalated as now remaining mutants are outnumbered. Following the Hulk rampage, Secret War. The tension reached its final breaking point when New […]Read more "Superhuman Civil War: Legalizing Slavery or Defending Freedom"
Voltairine was born on November 17th, 1866 to a French father and a puritan mother. She graduated from grammar school at the age of 12. Her father recanted his libertarian ideal and become religious, by sending Voltairine to a convent in Canada, which she lamented. The repressive atmosphere was not good for health, her fragile […]Read more "A Beautiful Mind-Voltairine de Cleyre"