As we get closer to the full swing of the general election cycle, those sympathetic to Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism will face this question: “Shouldn’t an Objectivist be in favor of someone like Donald Trump? He’s selfish and a powerful businessman, right?”
For many years I thought not voting for the presidency was just that – not voting. Yet, after consulting with my partisan brain trusts on the right and the left, I have been duly corrected. I will be voting for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton this November by not voting at all.
Sen. Warren's plan to attack "monopolies," ironically, threatens consumer choice and competition.
If only we could see ourselves as everyday people and stop worshiping at the altar of the Presidency, we and our children would be the better for it, no matter how topsy-turvy the world may become.
"As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people."
In both their policies and personalities, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the natural offspring of the upside-down incentives of the political plunderland that the American system has degenerated into: where governance is perverted into a regime of kleptocratic power-grabbing and the paternalistic social engineering of human relationships.
The federal government has two million employees, most of whom a president can’t fire. And that’s not the half of it. “Post-1960 Federal America has become a grotesque Leviathan by proxy, in which an expanding mass of state and local government workers, for-profit contractors, and nonprofit grant recipients administers a vast portion of federal money and responsibilities,” writes John J.DiIulio Jr. for the Washington Post.
If Republican voters think a Trump presidency will be four to eight years of “The Apprentice” on steroids, with Trump telling those who disobey or slack off “You’re fired,” they are as delusional as their hero.
Bureaucratization means subjection of the young to the domination of the old.
Do gun controllers really want to turn America into a police state?
If politicians tell the same lie over and over, it's because it gets them elected over and over. But how do they get away with it?
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