Paul Hsieh has a great post up at Pajamas Media called Ayn Rand and the Tea Party Protests. The tagline: Protesters must couple their outrage at bailouts with a positive vision of a properly limited government.
Gus Van Horn has a post up in which he counters the myth that Objectivism is somehow anti-child by quoting one of my favorite parts of Atlas Shrugged: the scene where Dagny meets a mother living in Galt's Gulch. Always good to read that passage--it captures perfectly the job I'm trying to do every day. (The sidebar picture of my kids is titled from that passage.)
Speaking of Objectivists and parenting, there's a nice post about parenting as a Central Purpose in Life over at A is A Academy. I couldn't have said it better myself. In fact, I wish I had been able to articulate my current career choice better in the past, when faced with . . . disdain? criticism? . . . I don't know what to call it, really . . . about being an at-home Objectivist mom.
Via The Little Things, a very funny video which is a nice reminder about why Capitalism is a Good Thing.
Busy day in progress, so that's all for now!