Don Watkins appears on The G. Gordon Liddy Show to discuss the current popularity of Atlas Shrugged.
Archive for January, 2010
44 min. John Stossel on Atlas Shrugged
On January 7, 2010, Stossel (a new Fox Business Channel program by John Stossel) broadcast a special on Atlas Shrugged. The first 25 minutes of the program features interviews with Yaron Brook, John Allison and C. Bradley Thompson. (Video hosted by Hulu)
10 min. State of the Union
Yaron Brook discusses tonight’s State of the Union Address by president Obama. (Pajamas TV interview; 10 min.)
In this address, delivered at Tel Aviv University, Yaron Brook addresses Washington’s apparent abandonment of Israel, and explains what a proper policy towards Israel would require. (The talk is delivered in English, but the introduction is in Hebrew.)
45 min. Capitalism Without Guilt
This is a lecture delivered by Yaron Brook at the Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies (JIMS). This talk is delivered in English, but the introduction is given in Hebrew. The English portion of the recording begins at 5 minutes.
16 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #96
Topics in Leonard Peikoff’s latest podcast of philosophical Q&As include: the epistemological value of knowledge transmitted from others; government’s responsibility for health care of soldiers; and places Ayn Rand traveled.
30 min. Let Us Alone!
Miss Rand reads three articles from her Los Angeles Times column.
103 min. Winning the Unwinnable War
Yaron Brook, Elan Journo, and Alex Epstein analyze American foreign policy and explain why it has not been effective against totalitarian Islam. Recorded November 30, 2009.
5 min. Morality without Religion
Yaron Brook and Onkar Ghate explain how moral concepts can be validated without reference to religion.
3 min. Laissez-Faire in History
Peter Schwartz comments on which governments in history came closest to the laissez-faire ideal, and what prospects there are for the future. This is an excerpt from the Q-&-A session of “The Virtue of Selfishness,” a lecture delivered by Mr. Schwartz on February 4, 2005.