Monthly Archives: February 2019

ICYMI, My 2/8 Appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight

In a four-minute segment on Friday, Tucker and I discussed his proposal for a federal smartphone ban for children. ICYMI, you can check it out here:

Let me know what you think in the comments, below. And, if you like it, could you do me a favor and share the clip with people who might be interested? Thanks for your support!

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On with Tucker Carlson again this evening, about 8:30 p.m. ET

Just FYI, tune in live at Fox News, or DVR for later, but I’d love for you to check it out. Another interesting topic!

To those of you who have found this post after seeing me on Tucker, please make sure to subscribe to my blog while you’re here. I plan to resume solo shows soon, as well as some other cool things. Subscribing here at my blog is the best way to make sure you don’t miss out, thanks!

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Happy Birthday, Ayn Rand!

Whatever disagreements we may have with her ideas or views on particular issues, or whatever issues we may have with “the Objectivist movement” (and any of us who have been involved it it for years, as I have, will likely have some of that), today we set those aside and acknowledge the value, to us, of Ayn Rand’s work. So Happy Birthday and Thank you, Ayn Rand!

For those who follow me here, but haven’t yet read her works, I would recommend first starting with The Fountainhead, as I did. (I was fortunate enough to have my HS English teacher assign the novel to us.) If you’ve already read that, but haven’t tackled Atlas Shrugged yet, I highly recommend it. The parallels you’ll see between the world Rand depicts in that novel, and the world we live in today, are incredible–and also ominous.

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