The New York Post Disgraces Itself, Lauds William F. Buckley
If it’s cults the New York Post is rooting out, consider the nature of the cult to which William F. Buckley dedicated his life.
Henry Ford on the Justice of Income Inequality
Although income inequality is pitched as a modern and escalating problem requiring new regulations and redistributive measures, Henry Ford understood the factors that determine a man’s income, or lack thereof, as far back as 1922.
‘Act Worthy of Yourselves’: Joseph Warren on Defending Liberty
“I know you would not turn your faces from your foes, but will, undauntedly, press forward, until tyranny is trodden under foot, and you have fixed your adored goddess Liberty, on the American throne.” —Dr. Joseph Warren
Live Interview with Carrie-Ann Biondi about Aristotle and Ayn Rand on Flourishing
Tune in on TOS’s Facebook page to learn more about Dr. Biondi’s TOS-Con presentation: “Aristotle and Ayn Rand on Flourishing.”
Derek Magill on Building a Career You’ll Love
“Many people think you have to go get some sort of third-party permission or something. . . . And the reality is you can skip a lot of that stuff if you just get started making things that are valuable to other people.” —Derek Magill
Live Interview with Jim Brown on Intellectual Activism
Join me this Wednesday (Feb. 28) at 8:30 EST / 5:30 PST for a chat with Jim Brown, CEO of the Ayn Rand Institute. We’ll discuss Mr. Brown’s TOS-Con presentation: “Intellectual Activism for Fun and Profit.”
William F. Buckley: Cowardly, Dishonest, Unjust, Racist, and Loved by Conservatives
On the anniversary of William F. Buckley’s death, conservatives will spend the week pretending that he was a man of principle, civility, dignity. He was not.