Objectivist Round-Up #30
Welcome everybody to this week’s Objectivist Round-Up. This is my first time hosting this carnival and it’s a privilege to give Rational Jenn a well-deserved rest for a week!
Here are the accepted submissions for this week, in no particular order:
RationalJenn wants to know which states are currently complying?, and says…
“Somehow, this whole thing snuck past me when it went through Congress nearly 3 years ago. It looks as if the Feds are going to come down hard on states that refuse to comply fully with the federal “security” guidelines for the issuance of state ids. Not only that, I fail to see how on earth this will protect me from Bad Guys. But I see quite clearly how much information our federal government will have about me and everyone else who wants to drive a car or ride in an airplane.”
Nicholas Provenzo at The Rule of Reason tells us Why Boycotting Berkeley is Important.
Stella Daily at Reason Pharma reckons it Would be Cheaper if You Were Dead!
Gus Van Horn presents Heartland on VanDamme
Evanescent exposes the Nihilism of Subjectivism.
That’s all for now! The next round-up is over at The Crucible & Column, where the theme will be “Best of 2007!” You can submit your articles here.