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I love Ayn Rand.

via WSJ: Tomorrow’s release of the movie version of “Atlas Shrugged” is focusing attention on Ayn Rand’s 1957 opus and the free-market ideas it espouses. Book sales for “Atlas” have always been brisk—and all the more so in the past few years, as actual events have mirrored Rand’s nightmare vision of economic collapse amid massive government expansion. Conservatives are now hailing Rand as a tea party Nostradamus, hence the timing of the movie’s premiere on tax day.

When Rand created the character of Wesley Mouch, it’s as though she was anticipating Barney Frank (D., Mass). Mouch is the economic czar in “Atlas Shrugged” whose every move weakens the economy, which in turn gives him the excuse to demand broader powers. Mr. Frank steered Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to disaster with mandates for more lending to low-income borrowers. After Fannie and Freddie collapsed under the weight of their subprime mortgage books, Mr. Frank proclaimed last year: “The way to cure that is to give us more authority.” Mouch couldn’t have said it better himself.

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Gun Free Zone Signs for Un-Armed Homes and Businesses to Post

Some signs for people who don’t have guns to post on their homes and businesses. Sadly public schools are very unsafe because of bad policies and loony leftwing liberal logic or the lack thereof. Would love to add to my collection of graphics; special thanks to Porter Davis and Richard Robinson for these two. Posted by Sandra Crosnoe on Finding Gems & Sharing Them — April 5 2011

Just as good now as it was in 2007. Wake up America!

“The moral and constitutional obligations of our representatives in Washington are to protect our liberty, not coddle the world, precipitating no-win wars, while bringing bankruptcy and economic tu…