Mary Lee HarshaMember Since 13 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Jan 21 2013 02:05 PM
My current reading list includes:
- Nathaniel Branden's The Vision of Ayn Rand; the Basic Principles of Objectivism It's here! Oh joy! Oh Rapture!
- Tara Smith's Ayn Rand's Normative Ethics (again)
- Tara Smith's Moral Rights and Political Freedom (book club, finished, one of them loved it)
- Liaquat Ahamed Lords of Finance (Paused),
- Glenn Beck How to Argue with Idiots (finished),
- Iain McCalman Darwin's Armada (Paused),
- The Objective Standard,
- The New Individualist,
- Leonard Peikoff's The Ominous Parallels - incredibly timely
My current study list includes:
David Kelley The Art of Reason with Study Book
Luwig von Mises Human Action with Study Book
George Reisman Capitalism (thank you George for the CD Rom - great idea)
The US Constitution
My sage: Daffy Duck: "Some days it just doesn't pay to think."
In normal life I have a few interests, but right now I'm all involved in helping save the country. So except for much reading, watching Fox News and talking with co-violent mobsters, my life is a little narrow for the duration. I found Ayn Rand long ago in another Galaxy. Today, having Objectivism is soooooo helpful and entertaining actually.
Note: I liked my trapped rabbit avatar better, but the photo is reality (but then so was the trapped rabbit).
We are fast approaching the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens can act only by permission. Ayn Rand
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Favorite Music, Artworks, Movies, Shows, etc.
Billy Joel, Toscanini directs Wagner, The cover of "An Island Called Liberty","Galaxy Quest", "Inglorious Basterds", Equus with Richard Burton, House, Monk, 24, Glenn Beck talking to Yaron Brook
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