Linz's New Book
Is Edward Snowden a hero?
Hell yes! His actions were moral.
Hell no! Put him away for treason.
Yes and no. It's a grey area.
Other (please specify)
Total votes: 20
Come on, TOCians! :-)
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2006-04-11 05:30
Getting KASS commentary out of you may be blood-out-of-stone territory, but at least LEARN TO SPELL!
My attention has been drawn to your updated Links. My spelling corrections and other helpful suggestions are in square brackets:
The Cato Institute -- The primier libertarian think tank. [That's "prEmier," darlings!]
Institute for Justice -- An activist group that goes to court to defend individual liberty.
Competitive Enterprise Institute -- Free-market activists who focus on regulations and environmental policy.
The Bidinotto Blog -- Run by The New Individualist editor Robert Bidinotto. [Objectivism's primier guttersnipe-buster! Wheeeee!]
Rebirth of Reason -- Objectivist discussion board, formerly SOLOHQ, run by Joe Rowlands. [SOLOHQ in dull drag. KASSless, Linzless. TOC's primier proxy site.]
Reason Foundation -- One of the original free-market research organizations.
The Atlasphere -- Articles, discussions and Objectivist dating!
SOLOPassion -- The other part of the former SOLOHQ, run by Lindsey Perigo. Not very friendly to The Atlas Society/Objectivist Center but they still link to us. [That's LindsAy, darlings! Not very friendly to TAS/TOC? Oh, boo-hoo. Get some hurt-feelings therapy from that nice Nathaniel. But darlings, you're free to post any time. Those awful ARIans post. Your chance to smite 'em dead, darlings!]
Objectivist Living -- Another discussion board, run by "Kat" and Michael Stuart Kelley. [That's Objectivist LYING, darlings! AKA Cockroach Corner. The anti-Rand site for Brandroids, back-stabbers & butt-lickers. And the cockroach is KellY, darlings, not KellEY, as in David. Ooooo, darlings, that WAS a bad one! That's TWELVE KellEY epistemology lectures pour vous!!]
Hope that helps, darlings!
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