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Don't Let It Go...Unheard

By Amy Peikoff

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Description

Amy is a radical for capitalism and free speech, hosting a show discussing News/Politics/Law/Culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism

Customer Reviews

Straightforward, philosophical, yet understandable

This show provides a welcome POSITIVE defense of individual rights and the American sense of life, telling you: “don’t let it go,” even though there is a lot of negative in our country and our culture right now. If you are tired of the hyperbole, rhetoric and appeals to emotion that pass for argumentation on various “news” outlets these days, you will find this podcast a refreshing change. The presenters offer rational, reasoned commentary from the philosophical orientation of Objectivism, but without using a lot of arcane, philosophical jargon, keeping the subject matter understandable and accessible to everyone.

Fantastic!

Excellent podcast devoted to news and culture through the prism of the philosophy of Objectivism. Love it! Amy Peikoff and Bosch Fawstin are unapologetic and direct. Great work.

Objective?

Take away the sarcasm and cynical comments and you have very little to listen to of any consequence. I don't find these folks objective at all. It's pretty obvious that these folks find very little if any good in our current president for example. Anyone can make negative comments all day long because this isnt a perfect world. How about offering some solutons or something positive.