The fundamental lesson to be learned from America’s declining economic liberty is not economic but moral: Freedom depends on egoism.
Muhammad Syed discusses the nature of Islam and how to fight the cultural aspect of the war against this murderous creed.
Pope Francis rails against capitalism; some religionists hopelessly attempt to defend it; Ayn Rand shows how to defend it properly.
Shows how parenting with the Master Question is an application of certain aspects of Objectivism to the process of raising a child.
Just as supporting the Iran “deal” materially aids jihadists, so too treating faith as a means of knowledge spiritually aids jihadists.
The online and Kindle editions of the Fall issue of The Objective Standard have been posted. The ebook and audio versions will be posted next… More »
The U.S. Treasury’s scheme to remove Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill is an injustice to Hamilton, a derogation of the country he founded, and… More »
The latest attempt to smear Ayn Rand by Boston College professor Alan Wolfe crumbles to dust with the slightest breath of evidence.
If Westerners want to win the cultural war against Islam, we must recognize that Islam is a religion and that faith is irrational.
Drafted eight-hundred years ago, the Magna Carta was a major step toward the conception and implementation of properly limited government.