Starship Troopers is Robert A. Heinlein’s most well known work, it has been made into films (and its sequels), TV series, comic books and video games. It has a lasting effect on the science fiction genre internationally. The story concerns Juan “Johnny” Rico, who enlisted to serve in the mobile infantry against aliens, primarily the Bugs, […]Read more "To Earn Your Freedom: Review of Starship Troopers"
If Atlas Shrugged had a sequel, it would have been something like The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress is the magnum opus of Robert A. Heinlein, famous for writing Starship Troopers and pioneered the space marine genre as well as science fiction with political motifs. Why is this a humble reivew? […]Read more "Humble Review- The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress"
The premise of a benevolent universe is summarised in Rand’s essay “The Inexplicable Personal Alchemy” There is a fundamental conviction which some people never acquire, some hold only in their youth, and a few hold to the end of their days—the conviction that ideas matter . . . . That ideas matter means that knowledge matters, that truth […]Read more "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and the Benevolent Universe Premise"
*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"
I love Spongebob Squarepants, as childish as it sounds, it actually contains some adult themes and decent moral lessons in some episodes. Like Ren and Stimpy, Rugrats and other Nickelodeon shows, there are bad episodes, but we will not focus on them. The episode I am writing about today is called Squid on Strike, which […]Read more "Squid on Strike"
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"