There's an article in the New York Times called "Give BB&T Liberty, but Not a Bailout," which discusses John Allison (Chairman of BB&T) and the effect his philosophy has had on his company, and interviews Dr. Yaron Brook and others. This article does contain some really weird assertions about Ayn Rand (one of which I intend to address in a blog post soon), but the fact that the NYT even had such a (generally) favorable article about Objectivism is noteworthy in and of itself.
Kelly has a post up about the Nature of Children at her blog. Please read it over and leave a comment. This is a topic she and I have discussed often and it certainly merits further discussion.
If you google the term "hslda"--the Home School Legal Defense Association, a Christian homeschool advocacy group (are they a PAC yet?), which imo has outlived its purpose--anyway--google that term and you'll see that I am 6th on the list! :o)
As further evidence that more and more people are becoming familiar with Ayn Rand and her works, this blog post at Why Homeschool (one of the BIG movers and shakers in the homeschool bloggy world) asks the question: "Are we educational John Galts?"
This is shaping up to be a hectic week, so I'll leave it here for now. Happy Mondays to you all!