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Censorship, Discrimination and More – Podcasts for June 12

Each week I present a round-up of the podcasts I listen to. These podcasts are all centered around the theme of looking at current events through the lens of Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism. The goal is not to provide all the information they talk about, but rather to highlight the things I found interesting in the hope that it will intrigue others to take a listen.

In this week’s edition:

Leonard Peikoff Podcast: Episode 409

In this episode of Dr. Peikoff’s podcast, he presents the first part of his answer to the read more

No Rights Were Violated in the Making of this Story

[Author’s note: I almost did not complete this post as Ari Armstrong at The Objective Standard posted a couple articles (here and here) that cover the much same ground, but I decided that it was worth doing my version to continue my efforts to improve my writing.]

The internet is on fire these days with the recent suspension by A&E of Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson. The suspension was   triggered by his comments during an interview with GQ magazine. The read more