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Any American who has glanced at a newspaper in the past two years knows that the liberals are unhappy about George W. Bush's war in Iraq.
Editorials continue to cite our failure to discover weapons of mass destruction, as well as the greater hostility and more
February 2nd marked the hundredth anniversary of the birth of one of America's most controversial and inspiring writers, Ayn Rand.
She continues to be wildly popular among the young: some 14,000 high school students per year submit entries to essay contests on her novels and, in
Dan Norton writes in:
The application deadline for admission to the 2005-06 academic year at the Objectivist Academic Center, a department of the Ayn Rand Institute, is April 18, 2005. Please visit aynrand.org/academic for more information about the OAC. The application form is available at: aynrand.org/education_academic_uapp.
Welcome to the The Undercurrent. Before we begin, let us tell you what we are not. We are not a political journal (though politics will be discussed); we are not a humor magazine (though we have every intention of being, at times, knee-slappingly funny); we
On January 14 of this year, the bodies of all four members of an Egyptian family were discovered dead in their New Jersey home. Until recent arrests in the case, it was widely believed that the murders were the work of Islamic militants.
For example, Daniel
By now, no doubt, you've heard the story of Ward Churchill, the renegade University of Colorado professor who is under fire for his controversial remarks comparing certain victims of the 9/11 attacks to Nazis (for their role in the global financial system) and advocating more
In February I was contacted by a few students who wanted to put together an Objectivist publication aimed at college students. 2 months, 15 pounds of coffee, 3 hours of sleep, and 4 bottles of Macallan later, we produced the first issue.
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