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CAPITALISM: THE UNKNOWN IDEAL by Ayn Rand

I finally finished CAPITALISM: THE UNKNOWN IDEAL by Ayn Rand.  I’d been struggling with it, because she writes with a precision and intensity on which my lazy reading style has difficulty focusing.  Regardless, she nails it.  I’ll have to write … Continue reading

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Temperature report from the Colorado Arctic South

  Time / MTN Home / DEN Home 4AM /  -4F /   -10F 7:30 /  -8F / unk 9:45 /  -8F /   -8F  11:30 / -5F / -1F . Forecast high of -4F here in the mountains. … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Robber Barons by Burton C. Folsom Jr. (non-fiction)

I recently read The Myth of the Robber Barons by Burton C. Folsom Jr. (non-fiction).  This short book is a great overview of some of the 19th Century capitalists that built America and contributed to raising the standard of living.  Contrary … Continue reading

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What are YOU reading?

But enough about you.  [Let me know anyway.  🙂 ]  I am far from the most avid reader one can find on the blog pages these days.  However… With the aim of tempering my non-fiction reading (current events, economics, politics, … Continue reading

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CliffsNotes: ATLAS SHRUGGED by Ayn Rand

I finished this great little review of the subject epic tome. A friend suggested this and CliffsNotes: FOUNTAINHEAD as good summaries to enhance one’s understanding of the books. I’ve read them both now and I heartily agree with his assessment. … Continue reading

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