Monthly Archives: September 2015

Atlas Shrugged: Were the Passengers Responsible for Their Deaths?

If the train crash scene didn’t prove that Atlas Shrugged is actually a horror book, I don’t know what will. As the cronies start imposing more and more restrictions and artificial obstacles on productive people, the more productive people quit, … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: Why Are All the Main Characters Rich and Powerful?

I think a lot of critics don’t like that the main characters in Atlas Shrugged are all rich, powerful, and have fancy titles. I think the reason why the main characters had to be wealthy and powerful is in the … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: Dagny Taggart and Feminism

“She was twelve years old when she told Eddie Willers that she would run the railroad when they grew up. She was fifteen when it occured to her for the first time that women did not run railroads and that … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: Should We Condemn Hank Rearden for Cheating on His Wife?

I’ve finally started reading Atlas Shrugged. The following posts will be about Atlas Shrugged. I find some people give the book criticism I don’t agree with, and that is part of why I want to express my thoughts. The first … Continue reading

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I Have a Sex Tape

Now that I got your attention, I will tell you what this is all about. A while ago, I argued that revenge porn laws are not needed for several very good reasons. One of them (and FAR from the only … Continue reading

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