If liberating a bulldozer’s dharma nature and returning it to the Earth strikes you as crazy, you’re not using your reptilian cortex.
Shows why religion—or “supernatural” subjectivism—is significantly more subjective than secular subjectivism.
Dennis Prager and Michael Shermer’s discussion about secular, objective morality is unlikely to make significant headway. Here’s why.
During a Q&A, Ron Chernow, author of Alexander Hamilton, receives a copy of Richard Salsman’s “America at Her Best Is Hamiltonian.”
In its aim to make room for “nuance,” the Nolan chart muddies political waters in myriad ways.
Richard M. Salsman’s book The Political Economy of Public Debt: Three Centuries of Theory and Evidence has been published and is available through Amazon.com.
Three cheers to Dr. Butler and the Adam Smith Institute for writing and publishing an important article on Ayn Rand and her ideas.
Craig Biddle offers Dennis Prager $10,000 to debate whether secular objective morality exist—or whether objective morality depends on God.
Objective morality comes not from revelation, faith, or divine commandments—but from observation, logic, and the laws of nature.
The 2017 curriculum for A-Level Politics, taught in secondary and pre-university schools in the UK, will include Ayn Rand and her ideas.