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The Genius of James Madison
More than any of his colleagues, James Madison forged the tools and marshaled the principles necessary to establish a free country—and this achievement justifies the appellation he was too modest to accept: Father of the Constitution.
John Lautner and Real Architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright called him “the world’s second-best architect.” His spectacular homes have been the settings for commercials, Vogue fashion spreads, and dozens of movies. Most people have seen his astonishing work, but very few know his name.
Toastmasters: A Means to Actualize Your Potential and Improve the Culture
Toastmasters can help you learn to speak more confidently and eloquently—and thus to be a more effective advocate of reason and freedom.
Tal Tsfany: Next President and CEO of the Ayn Rand Institute
“We couldn’t be happier. Tal is exactly the kind of talented, energetic businessman and leader we were looking for and hoping for.” —Jim Brown
The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left, by Dinesh D’Souza
D’Souza leaves the actual roots of the American left shrouded. And he paints conservatives as classical liberals. This is D’Souza’s big lie.
Patrick Henry’s ‘Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death!’ Speech
On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered one of the most important and dramatic speeches in American history. May Henry’s words live on and inspire all who continue fighting for freedom.
Google’s Triumph of Relevance over Stickiness
Where others prioritized stickiness, Google prioritized relevance and reliability. Wheras others played the role of the clingy friend who tried to hold your attention, Google simply pointed you in the right direction.