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The Ayn Rand Institute Junior Fellows Program: An Interview with Elan Journo

Elan Journo is a fellow and Director of Policy Research at the Ayn Rand Institute. Among other duties, Journo teaches at the Objectivist Academic Center and leads ARI’s Junior Fellows Program (JFP) in Policy Research and Legal Studies. Journo recently checked in with The Undercurrent to pass an exciting opportunity along to our audience. The […]

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Equal is Unfair: An Interview with Don Watkins

Don Watkins is a fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute, where he writes on inequality, the welfare state, and the moral foundations of capitalism. He is co-author with Yaron Brook of the national bestseller Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government, and teamed up with Brook once more to pen the […]

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Crusading for the Guilty: Pope Francis’ Misguided Campaign Against the Death Penalty

Pope Francis has called for a crusade. No, not of the bloody sort that has so painted the tome of Roman Catholic history. This is a crusade for life—or so it seems. The Pontiff has called for a worldwide moratorium on the death penalty. On its face, this certainly sounds like a laudable appeal. That […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Josh Nahmias

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the TU blog. *** Below […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Brian Underwood

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the TU blog. *** Below […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Michelle Dunk

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the TU blog. *** Below […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Natalie Le

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the TU blog. *** Below […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Matthew Boyer

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the TU blog. *** Below […]

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#CapitalistAndProud Submission: Robert Mack

Recently at The Undercurrent, we launched #CapitalistAndProud, a national campus initiative aimed at rallying students everywhere to write in to their campus papers explaining why they support capitalism. To encourage participation and to promote eligibility for the Ayn Rand Institute’s “Campus Writing Contest” (which offers a grand prize of $1,000!), we committed to posting well-written submissions on the […]

Free Speech, Politics, and the Trump Controversy: An Interview with Steve Simpson

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Free Speech, Politics, and the Trump Controversy: An Interview with Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson is the director of legal studies at the Ayn Rand Institute. A former constitutional litigator for the Institute for Justice, Simpson has litigated major constitutional cases in courts across the nation, including the United States Supreme Court. Simpson writes and speaks on a wide variety of legal and constitutional issues, including free speech […]

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