Lessons from the ‘Atlas Shrugged’ author’s fanatic Objectivist collective.
Oh, and Ayn Rand was up in the mix, too. For some goddamn reason.
There’s no real proof that Paul Ryan listened to “Last Resort” after suffering a humiliating defeat yesterday, but that hasn’t stopped the band from playing along.
In a marathon meeting that pitted caucus members against each other, Conservative members of parliament and senators elected Albertan Rona Ambrose as their interim party leader.
Rand's largest talent lies not in her status as the mother of Objectivism, but her ability to play the Cool Girl in the minds of men whose view of women is colored by both desire and revulsion.
The posthumous release of a new novel by Ayn Rand has sparked familiar—and tired—liberal criticisms of Objectivism's grande dame.
Turns out the free-market scheme to turn the state into Galt's Gulch is actually kind of working.
I hung out with some Objectivists in London and found out that they love LeBron James and billionaires and hate hate HATE Russell Brand.
Two years after Galt's Gulch Chile was founded, the utopian project is mired in personal and legal conflicts and investors now claim that the guy in charge is a sociopath and a con man.
The Atlasphere is the preeminent online dating site for people who love Ayn Rand and Objectivism. I went deep into their profiles in search of my own personal "Galt's Gulch," if you catch my drift.