Every Sunday I host a live webcast in which I discuss news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism. This Sunday I will be hosting my first invited guest, Yaron Brook, President and Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute. He’ll be taking questions from the audience (along with a few from me). You are invited to get in on the discussion live, this Sunday, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., PST.
If you join in live, you’ll have the ability to communicate with us via text chat and also via audio either by using a USB mic connected to your computer (VoIP) or by phone. Click here to register (it’s free, but the number of spots on the platform are limited). If you are not able to attend live, the recorded podcast will be available later on Sunday evening, both here on my blog and on iTunes, so you can download it and listen to it at your leisure next week.
6 responses to “Yaron Brook Will Be My Guest This Sunday on Don’t Let It Go…Unheard”
Question for Yaron : Re: Major Corporate Mergers / Acquisitions
While I have no problems with mergers as such, does the Federal
Reserve System distort the number / type of mergers through making
money cheaper, manipulating interest etc. I have been through several buyouts and found them very expensive, time consuming, distress causing etc. for very little that is positive in the end. So, in a free banking system, do you think mergers would have to have more profit potential than they do under the Fed. Res. system ?
Questions for Yaron : 1) If one looks at a map of Palestine from 1900, it seems the area now known as Jordan was in Palestine. So, there already is an Arab Palestinian state – Jordan. Am I correct ?
2) Is it accurate to note that the mid – east Arabs were on the losing side in two World Wars ( the Ottoman Empire in WW1 and openly allied w/ Hitler in WW2) ? While I do not believe religion is a valid reason for a state, Israel is a legitimate state for reasons we know, but also, when the Arabs were on the losing side twice, territory and borders get dictated to you, right ?
In some of your talks, when asked “what can one do?”, you recommend to understand the philosophy and live it by making the most of our life and THEN if we want to change the world, go and fight for it.
But I find it a bit difficult to make the most out of my life when I see that the place where I’m still allowed to do that is quickly disappearing. (Healthcare, Iran, the economy, etc.)
Is there something I’m missing?
Thank you Dr. Brook.
How in the world does Yaron find time to read all these books for pleasure when he’s already doing so much else?
Probably on planes while he’s traveling 🙂