The Brooklyn Bridge: A Monument to the Human Spirit
On May 24, 1883 the Brooklyn Bridge opened for public use. It was a triumph over nature, doomsayers, and corrupt politicians.
Hesitant to Enter for a Full-Scholarship to TOS-Con 2018?
We just want to hear your views in your unique voice. And it’s okay if you’re camera shy. You need not spend 90 seconds in front of a camera—or any time in front of the camera.
Happy Birthday, Israel! (And Kudos to the Trump Administration)
Here’s to Israel’s birth, its continued existence, and its science-loving, productive, and (substantially) free society.
Live Interview with Andrew Bernstein on Independence Versus Collectivism in Ayn Rand’s Novels
I’ll be speaking with Andrew Bernstein on Tuesday (May 15) at 8:30pm EDT / 5:30 PDT on Facebook Live. Tune in to learn more about Bernstein’s TOS-Con 2018 presentation: “Independence Versus Collectivism in Ayn Rand’s Novels.”
Live Interview with Richard Salsman about J.B. Say, Ayn Rand, and Economics
Tune in to learn more about Salsman’s TOS-Con 2018 presentation: “Jean-Baptiste Say, Ayn Rand, and Objective Economics.”