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Amy Peikoff

Don't Let It Go...Unheard


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Amy is a radical for capitalism and free speech, hosting a show discussing News/Politics/Law/Culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism

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Now that the latest attempt to "repeal" Obamacare has failed, it's time to focus on some of the good stuff, including a couple of recent privacy rulings! Show discussing news, politics and culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's... more

Two sets of two wrongs each: NFL players kneeling during the anthem, while Trump tweets "Fire or suspend!"; and Graham-Cassidy as the GOP's answer to Obamacare. These stories & more on today's show. Show discussing news,... more

Some listeners, after hearing my analysis of Trump's speech on Wednesday, think I'm not giving Trump credit where it's due. Are they right? This and more on today's show. Show discussing news, politics and culture from an American... more

Yes, taken out of context, many of the things Trump said in his speech yesterday were excellent. But in this show I'll discuss how his anti-ideology framework undermines anything good he says. Check out Program Notes for today's show... more

A collection of news stories that just happen to lend themselves to an alliterative show title. Check out Program Notes at my blog to see what I have planned! Show discussing news, politics and culture from an American Exceptionalist... more

Trump (and his press secretary) saying what should happen to ESPN for Hill's comments; Antifa thugs trying to shut down Shapiro's speech at Berkeley; Net Neutrality rules governing the flow of traffic on the Internet. All are varieties of... more

Ben Shapiro will be speaking at a "Say No To Campus Thuggery" event at UC Berkeley on Thursday. Why should you care? What's at stake? Listen to today's show to find out. Check out Program Notes at my blog for all the stories, etc., I... more

Sixteen years ago, nineteen religious fanatics committed the worst terrorist attack in world history. To this date we have refused to name the enemy, leaving us vulnerable to more and worse, from enemies both foreign and domestic. Show... more

On today's show we'll look at three types of irrationality on display in the wake of these destructive hurricanes. Is the irrationality more destructive than the hurricanes? Show discussing news, politics and culture from the perspective of... more

In a recent discussion I had on Twitter about DACA, I argued for radically expanding legal immigration and was accused of appealing to emotion. Was I? Or was my interlocutor (and do immigration opponents do so, more... more