Tag Archives: Iran

Podcasts and More for March 20

Weekly podcastsIt seems it just gets busier and busier every week around here. That makes it a bit more difficult to listen to my usual podcasts. Well, not really difficult to listen to them, but to pay attention to them to make some meaningful comments here on the blog.


Don’t Let it Go…Unheard: Let Them Eat Lies –  This week Amy Peikoff and co-host Bosch Fawstin that put a 2015 update read more

Podcasts and More for March 13


Better late than never….

I really like the change in my posting schedule for my podcast, and more, round up. I feel like I have more time to ponder each of the podcasts I listen to and even listen to them again to sort of distill down what information was presented and my opinion on it. We’ll see how it goes.


Don’t Let it Go … Unheard (You can find read more

[Video] Neoconservatives vs. America: A Critique of U.S. Foreign Policy Since 9/11

A great talk by Dr. Yaron Brook, given in 2005, in which he discusses the origin of neoconservatives (“leftists who have been mugged by reality”) and how the implementation of their policies after 9/11 have been contrary to actual American interests. The hour long talk is followed by nearly 90 minutes of Q&A with Yaron and Dr. Onkar Ghate.

One quote from Yaron Brook in answering a question about Iran:

When you go into Iran, there are two option. When, If. You go in there and after read more

[Video] Leonard Peikoff – America vs. Americans

The Ayn Rand Institute recently posted a 2003 talk by Dr. Leonard Peikoff in which he “analyzes and rejects — as appeasement-ridden and ineffectual — the entire Bush administration response to the terrorist attacks on the U.S.” In this talk, Dr. Peikoff passionately discusses the response of the government read more