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March 18, 2005 -- Last week Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani woman, expressed concern that the four men who gang raped her nearly three years ago were ordered by a court to be released from prison. The rape had been ordered by her village council as revenge against her brother, who allegedly had had consensual sex with a woman from a prominent family, a charge he denied.
August 27, 2012—As the Apollo 11 lunar module “Eagle” approached the surface of the Moon on July 20, 1969, the millions of people following the mission on TV and radio could hear the voice of a NASA controller calling out “sixty seconds … thirty seconds.” This was the time before the fuel would run out and the mission would have to be aborted.
Today NASA's Curiosity Rover landed on Mars.
Its advanced instruments should bring humanity closer to knowing whether life exists on the Red Planet. I discussed the "Spiritual Significance of Mars" during that planet's closest approach to Earth in human history.
On June 26, 2012 Edward Hudgins, The Atlas Society's director of advocacy, conducted a video interview with Rep. Allen West (R-FL) on his thought's on Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and the influence the book had on him in his
struggle for liberty. The interview was filmed for the Atlas Summit, held recently in Washington, D.C.
June 15, 2012 - This is my second Father’s Day as the daddy of Sophia and Allegra, my 17-month-old fraternal twin girls. I never thought I’d meet the right woman but—wow!—I did and thus, well into my fifth decade, we decided to become parents. The day the girls were born was the most wonderful and memorable of my life.
"Tea parties." "Going Galt." You've probably seen a growing number of references to these in the media, online, and on signs at rallies reacting to new government spending and controls.
The Boston Tea Party was a rebellion against excessive government. Today's "tea parties" say "no" to spending without limit and the government takeover of our lives.