We are at war with cartoons again. This time some washed up women’s tennis player threw a tantrum because *gasp* she cheated and was caught red handed. She happened to be African American too so of course she played the racist and sexist card, claiming she was unfairly treated because of her sex and race, […]Read more "Cartoon Wars"
The economic assault was not the worst part of the decreasing quality of medicine, social justice was the true killer. Under social justice, medicine (or more precisely, public health) stopped being about prevention of the illness nor treating the illness. Under social justice, a person’s health became a postmodernist social construct, with those sicknesses caused […]Read more "They Are Not Your Slaves- Part 2"
It doesn’t matter whether you think Black Lives Matter, White Lives Matter, Brown Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter, Purple Lives Matter or Any Lives Matter. The reality is that a life only matters when it has value, saying a life matter doesn’t magically make it valid. We can ask the regressive left if Adolf Hitler’s […]Read more "Whose Lives Matter?"
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"
Michael and his older brother Matthew both got a new toy for Christmas, even though they both had the same toy, Michael wanted Matthew’s toy so he threw a tantrum. When Matthew agreed to swap with Michael, he said “they are both mine”. Later that day, grandma came over and gave Michael a brand new […]Read more "Bratlitics"
It’s hard to accepted criticism. Everyone instinctively thinks they know everything and are right all the time, but the reality is not always the case. Ayn Rand submitted her manuscript for The Fountainhead 12 times before it was accepted by the Random House where the editor (Archibald Ogdeb) threatened to quit if the book was not […]Read more "Accepting Criticism"
When not writing articles, essays or novels, Ayn Rand also enjoyed visiting the cinema and reading other people’s novels. She frequently referenced popular culture in her non-fiction writing: from discussing an episode of Twilight zone (The Eye of the Beholder) to talking about her experience of watching Dr. No when it was released. Today I am […]Read more "The Roots of Ayn Rand"