[Editor's Note: This article, by John Aglialoro, is republished here by permission. It was first published on April 10 on his blog. ]
In 1995, I had the distinct pleasure and honor to dine with the longest-serving and, dare I say, most impactful British Prime Minister of the 20th century.
April 28, 2004--Although the government of North Korea now spins a different story, both initial Korean reports and American satellite photographs suggest that the devastating explosion on April 22 in Ryongchon, North Korea, was an eerie replay of the Taggart Tunnel train crash in Ayn Rand's 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged. In Rand's novel, an incipient fascist dictatorship in America is stopped in its tracks when the “men of the mind,” the intelligent businessmen, go on strike.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Last year at this season, I posted in praise and gratitude to “the virtually omnipresent, almost omniscient entity who is glad to help you with your questions,” and I warned that Google might be less helpful within a year.
October 8. 2012 -- Atlas Society CEO Aaron Day will address a group of liberty supporters in New Hampshire tonight, as part of a special dinner preceding a preview of Atlas Shrugged Part 2. Other speakers include leaders from the Free State Project and New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Also slated to speak is New Hampshire Speaker of the House William O'Brien.
Editor's Note: John Aglialoro is a trustee of The Atlas Society, which publishes The New Indiviualist.
Spring 2011 -- Brian O’Toole collaborated with producer and Atlas Society trustee John Aglialoro on the screenplay for the new motion picture, Atlas Shrugged Part 1. The film opens in theaters nationally on April 15. David Kelley and William Thomas interviewed him for The New Individualist.