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  • Ayn Rand: Draw My Life

  • Hank Rearden: Draw My Life

  • Dagny Taggart: Draw My Life

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    NEW Draw My Life: Gratitude Draw My Life: America Draw My Life: Socialism Draw My Life: Victimhood Draw My Life: Frederick Douglass An Introduction to Objectivism Video Series Watch Episodes HERE ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel Video Series Watch Episodes...

  • Five Smartest Comments on the Ayn Rand “Draw My Life” Video

    The Atlas Society’s Ayn Rand “Draw My Life” video has now attracted nearly 400,000 views. And the comments from viewers of the video--written, illustrated and narrated by Atlas CEO Jennifer Grossman--offer a fine overview of why Ayn Rand’s works...

  • Five Dumbest Comments About Ayn Rand the "Draw My Life" Video

    Our new Atlas Society “Draw My Life” video, this one on Ayn Rand, has gone viral with half a million views on Facebook and climbing. Written, illustrated and narrated (in Russian accent no less) by Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman, it has attracted...

  • Reaching the next generation: new partnerships and rapid growth

    led to a doubling of Facebook followers this year; but more importantly the recent campaign surrounding our "Ayn Rand: Draw My Life" video has yielded high engagement (commenting, sharing, and "likes" of the video) and is contributing to growth of our...

  • Who was Ayn Rand?

    to Rand's remarkable life, her ideas, and her impressive achievements. Watch: "Who was Ayn Rand?" on Facebook. This "Draw My Life" video was created by our CEO Jennifer Anju Grossman in partnership with Just Add Firewater.

  • A Randian Rockstar: KISS’ Gene Simmons

    stage presence, Simmons could single-handedly help make Rand hip to a new generation of fans. Imagine, a Gene Simmons Draw My Life video—like the ones released recently of Hank Rearden and Rand herself . Or a Simmons one-man show at FreedomFest, the...

  • “Say ‘No’ to Victimhood”

    in a variety of ways. We tend to do it in a little bit more creative and visually engaging ways so we do everything from Draw My Life videos to a graphic novel, Josh, of your favorite Ayn Rand book, Anthem . We of course have our summit that we’ve been...

  • Gene Says KISS Your Way to Power

    I rebelled against the explicit feminist strictures my mother lovingly tried to instill in me. As I recount in my Draw My Life video, my mother protectively warned me that if I played up my appearance and sexuality, men would “objectify” me. As a joke,...

  • Interview: The Fall of Ken Lay

    Robert L. Bradley Jr. was a long-time employee of Enron Corporation, the collapsed corporate giant. During the company’s last seven years he served as speechwriter and regulatory advisor for Ken Lay, Enron’s CEO, who was convicted on May 25, 2006, on...

  • Mozart's Don Giovanni: An Enlightenment Hero?

    May 2004 -- How are we to judge Don Giovanni, the protagonist of Mozart's famous opera? Is he an Enlightenment hero, a symbol of independent thinking and action standing in opposition to church and convention? Or is he a dissolute roué evading...

  • The Fall of Ken Lay: An Interview with Former Enron Insider Robert Bradley Jr.

    Robert L. Bradley Jr. was a long-time employee of Enron Corporation, the collapsed corporate giant. During the company’s last seven years he served as speechwriter and regulatory advisor for Ken Lay, Enron’s CEO, who was convicted on May 25, 2006, on...

  • Is There a Right to Health Care?

    Editor's Note: The following is the text of a speech delivered by David Kelley at multiple venues in 1993-94. Its theme remains relevant today, especially with the advent of "Obamacare." Bill Clinton ran for president last year by attacking the 1980s...

  • The History, Economics, and Philosophy of Social Security

    March 2005 -- Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt from David Kelley's book A Life of One's Own: Individual Rights and the Welfare State. [Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, 1998]. Figures and projections cited in the text may be out of date. This...

  • Benjamin Franklin: Enlightenment Archetype

    January 2000 -- This month's "Achievers" column begins to redeem the promise made on the inside back cover of the December 1999 Navigator. There, under the headline "We're Celebrating Year 250," I wrote: "At The Atlas Society''s fall conference, both...

  • Starting and Sustaining An Objectivist Discussion Group

    Presented at The Objectivist Center 2003 Summer Seminar in Boston, MA I've been an attendee or organizer of Objectivist groups for a long time, back before the days of personal computers, email and the Internet. I lived in Boston for 17 years where I...

  • Speakers Bureau Interview: John Bechtel

    John Bechtel gave his first public talks for the Jehovah's Witnesses at the age of five. By age nine, he was addressing audiences numbering up to 3,000. At 27, Bechtel reached a crisis of faith and resigned from the Jehovah's Witnesses. Now a...

  • Spring Flower

    Editor’s Note: In The Writers Series this month we feature another contemporary novel informed by the ideas and the romantic realism of Ayn Rand. Crosspoints: A Novel of Choice, is a 2004 novel by Alexandra York. Set in contemporary Greece and New...


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