Friday, 27 January 2006

It still (apparently) begins with Ayn Rand

I must admit, I found this piece attacking Ayn Rand highly amusing. It's the second such piece written in recent weeks attacking Rand as a way of attacking the US -- and like the earlier piece (which I can't lay may hands on just at present) the author of this one (a Los Angeles college teacher, wouldn't you know) goes out of his way to get everything about Rand wrong. If you have a drink in your hand, you should be able to devise your own drinking game.

Linked Rant: Culture of corruption: the legacy of Ayn Rand

1 comment:

  1. ...goes out of his way to get everything about Rand wrong.

    Actually, I don't see anything he said about Rand wrong. Except it's not "dogma," it's 'doctrine.' Only thing is that where Edney is shocked others are approving.


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