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Cavalcade of Links 10

October 26th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 27 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. An analysis of Obama’s willingness to act above the law. 2. President Robespierre. 3. The solutions are out there. 4. Obama’s political skills are lacking. 5. Why does Peter Schiff even bother trying to reason with these people? 6. California’s economic suicide. I’m seriously think it’s time to move…

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Cavalcade of Links 7

April 28th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 12 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. With Q&A Charles Alan Kors’s speech, Socialism’s Legacy: Lest We Forget, lasts one hour and 33 minutes; it is worth every second. Leftists continue to commit intellectual fraud by evading the extent of socialism’s evil. Dr. Kors reminds us of a most important lesson of the 20th century. His speech is an inspiring act […]

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Cavalcade of Links 4

April 7th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 2 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. Ron Pisaturo compares two scenes in the Atlas Shrugged movie to the book. He shows how small changes can turn dialogue from romantic to naturalistic. This is a must-read for fiction writers. 2. Onkar Ghate reveals what is wrong with environmentalism. (Like everything.) This is the stuff you only get from Objectivists. 3. Barry […]

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Cavalcade of Links 3

March 31st, 2011 by Myrhaf · 12 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. The Professional Left. 2. When Newt Gingrich jumps on the religion bandwagon, does it mean that a longtime power seeker senses the way things are going in America?

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Cavalcade of Links 2

March 24th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 1 Comment · Link Cavalcade

I walked into a diner yesterday with $20. After a seafood dinner, coffee, tax and tip, I walked out with $1. 10 years ago I think the same dinner would have cost in the $10 range. I remember when I was young scraping by for three or four days on $5 until I got paid. […]

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Cavalcade of Links

March 9th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 1 Comment · Culture, Link Cavalcade, Politics

Barry Rubin argues that Obama is bringing disaster to the Middle East and US interests. Michael Hurd explains Charlie Sheen. Evan Sayet looks at how leftists portray themselves in movies and TV. I think the explanation is that the left accepts the mind-body dichotomy, which is as old as Plato. The moral ideal is altruism, […]

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A Few Links

July 13th, 2009 by Myrhaf · 1 Comment · Link Cavalcade

Michael Barone writes about the disarray on Capitol Hill. I was surprised to read that as of June 19, only $29 billion of the massive stimulus bill had been spent. You remember how it was so urgent that the bill was passed quickly that Congressmen didn’t have time to read the thing? It turns out […]

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Obama Around the Web

June 26th, 2009 by Myrhaf · 5 Comments · Link Cavalcade

There are some interesting pieces on Obama around the web.  Commentary has two good ones. Decoding Obama by Peter Wehner looks at Obama’s lies. The man has no shame and will say anything. As we have learned from the 20th century totalitarian regimes, the truth is always their first victim — and those who destroy […]

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News Bad and Good

March 18th, 2009 by Myrhaf · 2 Comments · Link Cavalcade

The news about the Obama administration, the Reid Senate and the Pelosi House continues to be bad. Jaw-dropping bad. Obama won’t allow pilots to fly armed. After the September 11 attacks, commercial airline pilots were allowed to carry guns if they completed a federal-safety program. No longer would unarmed pilots be defenseless as remorseless hijackers […]

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Lil’ Round Up

March 10th, 2009 by Mike N · 1 Comment · Link Cavalcade

There are some good posts on this Tuesday 3/10/09. First, Robb at Robbservations has a good post on the concept’To big to fail.’ He shows how the whole policy is wrong headed. ***************************************** Doug Reich at The Rational Capitalist takes a liberal writer to task for misrepresenting Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged in a post titled […]

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Quick Bites

January 28th, 2009 by Bill Brown · 11 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. “Piloting the Plane of State” is an excellent example of media slobbering over Barack Obama. It’s got it all: leftist tastelessness, check—calling the Hudson River emergency landing “the anti-9/11” is spectacularly bad form; breathless adoration, check—he is that heroic pilot to the author; and audience castigation, check—we the people that Obama is trying to […]

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Objectivist Psychology and a Bit of Good News

January 26th, 2009 by Mike N · 6 Comments · Link Cavalcade

I posted this too on my website and it sparked an uptic in interest. So I thought I would recommend three sites to visit for any TNC readers who may be interested in Objectivist psychology. First is Dr. Michael J. Hurd Ph.D. who now post his Daily Dose of Reason for all to read. Second […]

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Bits and Pieces

January 3rd, 2009 by Bill Brown · 5 Comments · Link Cavalcade

“BB&T Took Federal Rescue Money at Treasury’s Urging”: it looks like BB&T’s acceptance of federal bailout money wasn’t a selling out of its principles so much as a grudging recognition that the failure to do so could have federal consequences as well as competitive ramifications. In today’s legal environment, it probably also would have faced […]

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Top Five Stories of 2008

December 23rd, 2008 by Myrhaf · 11 Comments · Link Cavalcade

5. It’s COLD! Cold weather has hit North America and much of the world. Here in Southern California it got down to the 30’s at night. Environmentalists claim that weather extremes are the result of global warming, but I don’t think people are buying it. I believe doubt is starting to spread. There is a […]

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Here and There

December 16th, 2008 by Myrhaf · 2 Comments · Link Cavalcade

1. Where Have All the Doctors Gone? They’re quitting. Too much paperwork and regulation. As Instapundit notes, Atlas is shrugging. 2. This headline is not from the Onion: Gay penguins expelled from zoo colony for stealing eggs are given their own to look after following animal rights protest. 3. The Kossacks are upset at Senate […]

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