“Danielle D’Souza Gill explains an incredible racial discrimination scandal at Harvard University that the mainstream media is largely ignoring… in under 90 seconds!”
Learn more at Students for Fair Admissions — “a nonprofit membership group of more than 20,000 students, parents, and others who believe that racial classifications and preferences in college admissions are unfair, unnecessary, and unconstitutional.” Their mission is to support and participate in litigation that will restore the original principles of America’s civil rights movement: “A student’s race and ethnicity should not be factors that either harm or help that student to gain admission to a competitive university.”
Our take: the diversity that does matter in universities is intellectual — something sadly missing in a Harvard education indoctrination.
Don’t miss our first ever Ayn Rand Student Conference Europe (#AynRandConEurope). This weekend conference brings together students and non-students alike; everyone intrigued and inspired by Ayn Rand’s books and philosophy is welcome. With tribalism on the rise across our culture—in politics, psychology, philosophy, science, law, ethics—the theme of the conference could not be timelier: “Individualism in an Age of Tribalism.”
Yaron Brook, Onkar Ghate, Lars Christensen, Flemming Rose, Douglas Murray, Gregory Salmieri, and other experts on Rand’s philosophy will discuss the pervasiveness of the tribal mentality and Rand’s answer to it—a radical new conception of individualism.
Students can get an additional 50% off using discount code ARIEUROPE50. In fact, ARI provides a limited number of student scholarships that can reduce the cost for students to attend the conference to almost $0, so make sure to share this with any students you know.
In this four part series Dr. Bernstein explains why both the so-called Right and the Left both unite under the collectivist banner of racism in their opposition to capitalism, and why the principle of individualism can reverse this trend.
“Given the benefits of free trade, the best policy any government can adopt is unilateral free trade (with non-enemy governments), which means free trade regardless of whether other governments also adopt freer trade. Tariffs should only be enacted to secure revenues (e.g., to help fund a navy, the merchant marines, or port infrastructure) and should be low and uniform in rate (applied equally to all imports, wherever sourced, not in discriminatory or targeted ways). Better-motivated (pro-trade) nations pursue bilateral or multilateral trade agreements, and although that’s better than “trade wars,” such approaches, in contrast to unilateralism, waste time and invite costly lobbying and cronyism.”