This listing is current as of 4/11/11.
With the theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged Part 1 just four days away, bookings have increased to 297. Current listings, sorted by regional/major city market.
If no theater in your area is not listed, there is still time to Demand it.
Read Article : Theaters showing the Atlas Shrugged movie
April 5, 2006 -- Governments often get their wealth-destroying, morally depraved ideas from our often misnamed institutes of "higher learning." The latest that's popping up in bulletins, newsletters, and probably soon in legislation is from a 2005 study on "The Economics of Workaholism," co-authored by Joel Slemrod of the University of Michigan and Daniel Hammermesh of the University of Texas in Austin.
Read Article : Atlas Forced into Early Retirement
May 24, 2006 -- Norway recently lost its wealthiest citizen. No, he didn't die. Rather, he left or, to be more accurate, was driven out of the country for the sin of wanting to remain wealthy.
Read Article : Ragnar Shrugged
On February 3, approximately 70 percent of New Jersey's 22,000 doctors took part in a work stoppage to protest the skyrocketing costs of malpractice insurance, according to Robert S. Rigolosi, the president of the Medical Society of New Jersey. The doctors either did not hold office hours or canceled appointments for non-emergency treatments or check-ups. But many of the physicians' protests were not wholly passive. Some 700 chanted "Tort reform now" outside of a Neptune, New Jersey, hospital.
Read Article : New Jersey Doctors in Work Action