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#1 Kat



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Posted 07 December 2005 - 07:22 AM

Below is a list of links to sites that may be of interest to our readers, Objectivists and like-minded people and inclusion on the list does not necessary imply an endorsement by the owners of Objectivist Living.

Objectivist Living Sites
Objectivist Living cafepress store - t-shirts, mugs and other merchandise
Objectivist Living Bookstore
Objectivist Living Artstore

Objectivism Sites
Atlas Society / The Objectivist Center
The Ayn Rand Institute
Importance of Philosophy
Objectivism Reference Center
The Objectivist History Project
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Ayn Rand
The Objectivism Reference Pointer
Center for the Advancement of Capitalism

Journal of Ayn Rand Studies
The New Individualist
Capitalism Magazine
Reason Papers
Reason Magazine
The Intellectual Activist
The Objective Standard
The Undercurrent - by ARI sponsored campus clubs
Objectivity - A journal of metaphysics,epistemology, theory of value, and science Edited by Stephen Boydstun
Aristos - Online Review of the Arts edited by Louis Torres & Michelle Marder Kamhi (What Art Is)
Full Context (archive)


Multimedia - Interviews, Video and Audio
Ayn Rand / ARI
For the New Intellectual video clip
The Myth of the Robber Barons
ARI Audio Lectures

Nathaniel Branden and Barbara Branden Interviews
Nathaniel Branden talks about Ayn Rand and Objectivism on "The Libertarian Alternative"
Nathaniel Branden interview with Don Swaim - 1989
Barbara Branden interview with Don Swaim - 1986

Movies and Movie Clips
Howard Roark's speech from The Fountainhead
Ayn Rand - A Sense of Life
We the Living
Atlas Shrugged Movie - Baldwin Entertainment Group
The Birth of Objectivism - Objectivist History Project

Misc. Audio, Radio Shows, Music, etc.
Free Capitalist radio show
Music with an Ayn Rand Connection
Jeff Beal - Music from the Passion of Ayn Rand

Misc. Video, Interviews, etc.
Hardfire Interview with The Age of Rand author Frederick Cookinham


People, Personal Sites and Blogs
Chris Sciabarra's Notablog
George Reisman's Blog
Nathaniel Branden
Barbara Branden
John Enright's Blog
Stephen Hicks
Edward Younkins
Neil Parille's Objectiblog
Erika Holzer
RoR member sites
Joshua Zader's Objectivist Blog List
Atlas Shrugs
Dennis Hardin's The Living Image
Charles Anderson's Blog
Dr. Hurd's Daily Dose of Reason
Ciro's Restaurant in Virginia
Stephan Kinsella
Vid Axel's Living Action
Roger Bissell

Objectivist Communities and Clubs
The Atlasphere
The Rattigan Society (for gay and lesbian Objectivists)
Ayn Rand Meet-Up
Objectivist Nation Map
Fellowship of Reason
The New York City Junto (1st Thursday in Manhattan)
The New Intellectual Forum - Hosted by John & Marsha Enright (2nd Saturday in Chicago)


Objectischism - A Community Divided (Schisms & Criticisms)
Published criticisms on Amazon
ARI Watch
What's really wrong with Objectivism?
Daniel Barnes & Greg Nyquist - Ayn Rand Contra Human Nature

The Brandens
Barbara Branden - In Answer to Ayn Rand
Nathaniel Branden - In Answer to Ayn Rand

Peikoff's Purges
TOC vs. ARI (links to the essays and letters on ORC)
Leonard Peikoff - Fact and Value (Kelley)
David Kelly - Truth and Toleration, Introduction (Kelley)
David Kelly - Truth and Toleration, Chapter 5 (Kelley)
Robert Bidinotto - Facts, Values and Moral Sanctions
Robert Bidinotto - Rand vs. Peikoff
Robert Tracinski's response to David Kelley's "A Question of Sanction"
An Open Letter to ARI by D. Moskovitz
Leonard Peikoff Excommunicates Alan Greenspan
The Night Watchman (Reisman issue)

Michael Prescott's essays on Ayn Rand (includes Reversalism - a wicked parody)
Mozart was a Red by Murray Rothbard (video of performance)
Objectivism Mockery Page


News, Politics, Economics, etc.

Economics, Business and Capitalism
The National Debt (to the penny)The Economist
Financial Times
The Wall Street Journal
George Reisman's Library of Liberty
Cato Institute
Cato's Link Page
Objective Economics
Mises Institute (Austrian school economics, many Mises and other books online)
Catallarchy (free-market news, views, often interesting viewpoints or thought experiments)
Marginal Revolution (unique economist ways of looking at everything)
Agoraphilia (unique... - similar in concept to Marginal Revolution)

News and General Interest

CEO Express
AP Newswire
Fox News
Yahoo News
Top 100 Newspapers
Arts and Letters Daily
The Week Magazine
The Nation
BBC News

News Commentary, Politics, Issues, etc.
Henry Mark Holzer's Supreme Court Watch
The Drudge Report
Robert Ringer - A Voice of Sanity at WorldNet Daily
Daniel Pipes
Michelle Malkin
Little Green Footballs
The Agitator
Jack Wheeler - To The Point
ecoNOT by Robert Bidinotto
Wendy McElroy's ifeminists
Center for Consumer Freedom
Activist Cash
Center for Defense of Free Enterprise


Movies and Entertainment
Have Fun, Be Fun! Entertainment Earth - Toys and Memorabilia
The Internet Movie Database
Miss Liberty's Film and TV World
Balwin Entertainment - Producers of Atlas Shrugged movie
The Atlas Society - Atlas Shrugged movie updates


Reference and Writers' Toolbox
Wikipedia topics Objectivism, Objectivists, Objectivist Scholars
Reference Desk
Bartleby - books online
The Internet Public Library
Acronym Finder
Chicago Manual of Style
Dictionary and Encyclopedia Britannica
Common Errors in English
Urban Dictionary (slang)
Webopedia (tech)
Writers' Digest Recommended Sites
Pro Reason Quote Database
Online Translator - Babelfish
Roget's Interactive Thesaurus
Logic & Fallacies: Constructing a Logical Argument

Religion and Atheism
Freedom From Religion Foundation
American Atheists
The Atheist Empire
The Secular Web
The Skeptics Annotated Bible
Richard Dawkins

Science Daily
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Cosmic Variance - Discover Magazine
Science Blogs
American Council on Science and Health

Marsha Enright's College of the United States
Enlightenment - Chapter Study Guides (ITOE, OPAR, etc.)
Spark Notes Study Guide for Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead
Objective Education
Powerful Minds
Strong Brains


Galleries, Museums, and Collections
The National Galleries of Art
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - NYC
The Louvre
Quent Cordair Fine Art - Napa, California
Art Renewal Center
Brian Yoder's Good Art Gallery
Gandy Gallery
American Renaissance for the Twenty-first Century

Rand Influenced Artists
Michael Newberry
Joan Mitchell Blumenthal
Peter Smitt
Linda Mann
Michael Wilkinson, Sculptor
Steve Ditko Comics (Spiderman, Mr. A)
Cox and Forkum Political Cartoons
Robert Jones - Photography


Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - A Parody Religion
Jib Jab - Political Satire
ORC's link page to Parodies and Humor
Save the Humans
The Onion
Dave Barry
My Cat Hates You!
Penn & Teller
Hangman with Dizzy Vertigo
Gizoogle translate any site into Ebonics
Darwin Awards

Addiction & Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous
Rational Recovery
Smart Recovery


Links to Help Support Objectivist Living
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Books, Audio and Video
Objectivist Living Bookstore
Laissez Faire Books
Amazon UK

Specialty Stores
Objectivism: A philosophy for living consciously - OL Cafepress store
PC Mall
The Nerds (the OJO place
Objectivist Living Artstore at art.com
Objectivist Living Bookstore at amazon.com

Food and Drink
The Starbucks Store
Peapod online grocer (serving Chicagoland, CT, MA, RI, NY, NJ, DC, MD, VA )
Vons online grocer (Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego)

Travel and Leisure
Save up to 70% on Last Minute Travel packages with Site59
The Entertainment Book (coupons)

#2 Jody Gomez

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Posted 30 December 2005 - 06:06 PM

MikeE mentioned this site, and I have had it as my homepage for more than a year now, and find that it gives me a springboard to any direction I wish to go. It is packed with "daily" links to such things as crosswords, science, definitions...and it also has news links...well, it's almost too packed with information to even describe. Check it out.


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Posted 28 January 2006 - 10:28 AM

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#4 Barbara Branden

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 03:18 PM

Kat, I recommend adding Cato.

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 07:01 PM

Thank you, Barbara, for that suggestion.

I have added Cato as well as their link page. I also took off a couple links to sites that Michael and I clearly do not endorse. Being on the list does not necessarily mean an endorsement and I am trying to appeal to the wide ranging tastes of our group. So please keep making suggestions and I will keep expanding this list. Just don't suggest Dizzy or Noodlepoo.

I also want to take this opportunity to thank Nathaniel Branden for adding Objectivist Living to his link page. :D


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Posted 23 April 2006 - 02:28 PM

As you've probably noticed, I've added quite a few links and a few more categories to the main link list. I hope you find this useful. Thanks to many of you for your suggestions. Keep 'em coming.


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Posted 19 April 2009 - 10:26 AM

It is clean up time in the link room. I've removed several dead links and updated some. For example, the Bidinotto Blog is no more and Roger's page has moved.

If you know of anything that may be of interest to the group, please let me know.



#8 JordanRHughes

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Posted 21 May 2010 - 03:48 PM

Awesome resources. I am so glad I found this site. Thanks for sharing.


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Posted 22 June 2014 - 09:00 AM

Why do you host all your merchandise on other sites instead of using an e commerce script?

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