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June 27, 2013 Shakespeare said brevity is the soul of wit, but last time we checked, most of Willy's work exceeded 140 characters. Fortunately, these comedians, celebrities and athletes were able to cram their funny into these brilliant and brief
A way to keep up with Seattle theaters, concert halls, galleries, museums and other fine-arts events. May 9, 2013 at 4:51 PM Mike Daisey: One down, Ayn' to go Posted by Melissa Davis Seattle Times theater critic Misha Berson writes: Mike Daisey's
1957 Critical Reception: Like much of Randa??s writing, Atlas Shrugged was underappreciated upon publishing and was generally disliked. In the National Review, Whittaker Chambers called Atlas Shrugged "sophomoric" and "remarkably silly", and said it "
In the last pages of his monumental Second World War , Winston Churchill ponders on the enigma of a military decision: after the specialists (economic and military analysts, psychologists, meteorologists) propose their analysis, somebody must assume
GOP women to view Atlas Shrugged' A documentary about Ayn Rand's controversial novel Atlas Shrugged will be shown at the luncheon meeting of the Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated on Sat., April 20 at Los Robles Greens, 299 S...Registration and
It notched less than $8M in box office with 2011s Part I and 2012s Part II combined. But Atlas Shrugged producers John Aglialoro and Harmon Kaslow somehow raised more cash to funnel into the final installment of the critically panned series.
Although Florida Gulf Coast University is only 22 years old, it's economics department has already developed a reputation for it's pro-free enterprise philosophy. A 2011 article by Jean Gruss of the Florida-based Business Observer describes how
It contains more awesome scenes of socialist oppression, and a few heroic people fighting back, than both Atlas Shrugged movies. And the acting is truly epic as well, especially the woman who has the opening voiceover. It's like Hunger Games meets
Cotton used to the be the go-to apparel choice of those who do the downward dog. Lululemon's moisture-wicking fabrics have proved so popular with the yoga crowd that now everyone's getting into the game: Nike, Gap and even Loblaw's Joe Fresh have
Idaho state Sen. John Goedde (half-jokingly) introduced a bill this week that would require every Idaho high school student to read Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and pass an exam in order to graduate. Goedde, a Democrat who is chairman of the state