Atlas Shrugged Out Loud

Arshak Benlian

United States, EnglishBooks

Atlas Shrugged Out Loud is a detailed, scene by scene, study of Ayn Rand's epic novel Atlas Shrugged.

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This episode continues with the study of The Climax of D'Anconias.
00:25

In episode 33 I will start chapter five in part one - The Climax of the D'Anconias. May you have a value-driven day!
01:03

On the eve of the 12th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on America, we will discuss what form should the military and, above all, philosophic war take to properly protect our country and forever crush our Islamic foe. In this episode... more
00:52

In this episode I finish up with the summary of part one, chapter four - The Immovable Movers.
01:01

In episode 6 of "Objectively Speaking" Andrew Bernstein and I will be joined by Robert Begley, a writer for The Objective Standard, to discuss Steve Jobs's life and achievements.
01:02

Andrew Bernstein and I will discuss the difference between Labor Day and what should be Inventor's or Entrepreneur's Day. Join us tonight at 8:00 pm to celebrate the human mind, the motor behind the innovations that make this... more
00:56

In episode 31 I'm starting with the summary of part one, chapter four - The Immovable Movers. Here is a brief outline of the events that took place in the chapter. Dagny learned of McNamara quiting. Dagny through the streets of NY... more
01:31

In this episode Andrew Bernstein and I are joined by Craig Biddle, editor of The Objective Standard, and C. Bradley Thomson, Executive Director of the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism, and Robert Begley, Founder and President... more
01:00

Tonight I will finish up the last scene in part one, chapter four - The Immovable Movers. This scene takes place in Hank's office and it's the meeting between Hank and Dagny following the Anti-Dog-Eat-Dog Rule.
01:36

The NSA is listening to your conversations, reads your e-mails, monitors your social media participation in the name of your security. Are you secure? Newspapers, TV, think-tank pundits, all agree that to live a more secure life in... more
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