The Land of Giants is a proposal by Choi+Shine Architects to transform mundane electrical pylons into statues of men and women.
Although Ted Cruz’s position on abortion is far from the ideal, it is less bad than practically any candidate since Barry Goldwater.
Ayn Rand fans occasionally argue as if she is the final authority, but she is not—and such secondhandedness is dangerous, cult-like behavior.
Alex Epstein explains why fossil fuels are the key to clean water and air, clean cities and homes, safety from catastrophic climate change.
In Reason in Rhyme, Robin Field surveys the history of philosophy—in poetry and song—weaving basic principles of Objectivism into the mix.
If conservatives want to defend rights and thus America, they need a conception of rights grounded not in faith or God but in evidence.
A review of Chris Bailey’s The Productivity Project: Accomplishing More by Managing Your Time, Attention and Energy
A review of Heather McManamy’s Cards for Brianna: A Mom’s Messages of Living, Laughing, and Loving as Time is Running Out
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Alex Epstein testifies before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and gives humanist perspective on fossil fuels and climate.