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The Atlas Society Presents - The Atlas Society Asks
61 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
The Atlas Society Asks Dr. Naomi Wolf
Join the Atlas Society's CEO, Jennifer Grossman, for a special discussion with Dr. Naomi Wolf on the 87th episode of The Atlas Society Asks. Listen as the two discuss the current authoritarian lockdown and vaccine passport measures taking place in America and across the globe, along with a personal look at Dr. Wolf's history in the feminism movement and her new mission with the Dailyclout to keep elected officials accountable.
60 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
The Atlas Society Asks Kara Dansky
Are you confused by the current preoccupation with gender identity? With the proliferation of "preferred pronouns," the cancel culture fury directed at figures as prominent as JK Rowling, the male athletes winning honors in female sports? Then listen to the 86th episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where our CEO, Jennifer Grossman, is joined by Kara Dansky for a conversation to help us navigate the changing ideological landscape of sex, gender, and identity.
57 minutes | Dec 30, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Howie Rich
Join The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman as she talks with the co-founder of U.S. Term Limits, Howie Rich, about the case, efforts, and support for limiting the congressional terms of politicians on the local, state, and federal levels. Listen as they also discuss Howie Rich's longtime activism in the liberty movement and how Atlas Shrugged started him on this path. All this and more on the 85th Episode of the Atlas Society Asks
61 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Alex Kozinski
Join The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman as she talks to former 9th Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski on the 84th episode of The Atlas Society Asks. Listen as the two discuss Kozinski's childhood in Communist Romania, introduction to Ayn Rand, and the government-forced lockdown and vaccine mandates in America.
62 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Defunding Leftist Colleges: Current Events with Kelley and Salsman -- December 2021
The Atlas Society Current Events Panel: Join The Atlas Society Founder David Kelley and Economist Richard Salsman as they discuss new movements to defund leftist practices in universities, and also talk about criminal law and lawlessness surrounding the Rittenhouse and Arbury trials on the 83rd Episode of The Atlas Society Asks.
56 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Erik Prince
The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman talks to former Blackwater CEO Erik Prince about his book "Civilian Warriors: The Inside Story of Blackwater and the Unsung Heroes of the War on Terror" to learn the true history of Blackwater and the exasperating and tragic story of "men taking bullets to protect the men who take all the credit." Listen to this wide-ranging interview as Prince discusses the history of private military contractors, including their role in America’s War for Independence, the inability of bloated defense bureaucracies in nimbly addressing evolving security threats, what went wrong in Afghanistan (both with the withdrawal and the failed exercise in nation-building). All this and more on the 82nd episode of The Atlas Society Asks.
61 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
20+ Months of COVID-19: The Atlas Society Asks Jeffrey Tucker
The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman interviews returning guest Jeffrey Tucker to discuss how the world has fared against COVID-19 in the 20+ months since their previous interview. Listen as they discuss the mission of The Brownstone Institute, the importance of freedom of speech and scientific inquiry (especially during times of political suppression), and the authoritarian practices that governments worldwide continue to uphold in the name of "safety" and "health." All this and more in the 81st episode of The Atlas Society Asks.
63 minutes | Nov 29, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Zurab Japaridze
The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman interviews Georgian Libertarian politician Zurab Japaridze about the country's history under Soviet rule and the steps it has taken afterward to become more economically free in the 80th episode of The Atlas Society Asks. Zurab Japaridze is a current Georgian Parliament member and the leader of the Libertarian party Girchi - More Freedom. Along with being a Lecturer of Economics at the University of Georgia, Japaridze has been a longtime advocate for free markets and the protection of individual liberties, notably standing against the Georgian mandatory military service law.
60 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Is Kant the Original "Woke" Philosopher? - Current Events with Hicks and Tracinski
Join Senior Scholar Dr. Stephen Hicks and Senior Fellow Robert Tracinski for a discussion on the surprising - but encouraging - Virginia election results, CRT and whether Immanuel Kant was the original "woke" philosopher. All this and more on the 79th episode of The Atlas Society Asks.
58 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Alan Dershowitz
Alan Dershowitz is a well-known American defense attorney, author, and commentator who has spent most of his career dedicated to the defense of civil liberties, in particular those regarding freedom of speech. Mr. Dershowitz has published over 1000 articles in journals, newspapers, and magazines, also authoring over 40 books, including The Case for Liberalism in an Age of Extremism: or, Why I left the Left But Can’t Join the Right, Cancel Culture: The Latest Attack on Free Speech and Due Process, and his latest book The Case Against the New Censorship: Protecting Free Speech from Big Tech, Progressives, and Universities.
58 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Gad Saad
Dr. Gad Saad is a Lebanese-Canadian Professor of Marketing at Concordia University and an evolutionary behavioral scientist who applies biology towards understanding consumer behavior. He is also a social commentator and the author of The Evolutionary Bases of Consumption, The Consuming Instinct, and his latest book The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense, which examines how certain destructive ideas have managed to take hold in places like academia and popular culture.
63 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Steve Hanke
Join Senior Scholar Richard Salsman and special guest Steve Hanke as these two economists discuss monetary policy from an Objectivist perspective. Steve Hanke is the founder of the Institute for Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise at John Hopkins University, and director of the Troubled Currencies Project at the Cato Institute.
62 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Biden's "Human" Infrastructure Bill - Current Events with Kelley & Salsman
Join The Atlas Society for our monthly webinar series - Current Events with Kelley and Salsman. The Atlas Society founder Dr. David Kelley, and Senior Scholar, Dr. Richard Salsman join host Jennifer Grossman to discuss the Biden Administration's "Human" Infrastructure Bill, The Constitution of Knowledge by Jonathan Rauch, and AG Merrick Garland's "terrorism investigation" into parents "interfering" with school boards.
60 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Blake J. Harris
Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus, is speaking at The Atlas Society Gala -- just THREE weeks away! In anticipation, we’re reading The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook, and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality -- the dramatic, larger-than-life true story of Palmer Luckey’s founding of Oculus, and his contentious battle for political freedom against Facebook. In this special webinar, we’ll talk to author Blake J. Harris, also author of Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation -- about Palmer Luckey’s entrepreneurial journey, and quest for virtual reality. Register HERE.
61 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Carrie-Ann Biondi
Dr. Carrie-Ann Biondi was a professor of philosophy for over 25 years, most recently at Marymount Manhattan College. She is the Book Review Editor for the journal Reason Papers and an advisor to The Great Connections.
71 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Wilfred Reilly
Dr. Wilfred Reilly is a political science professor at Kentucky State University -- a top-30 historically black college. He's the author of several books including The $50,000,000 Question, a book dealing with how people value identity. In 2019 he published Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War and just last year published Taboo: 10 Facts You Can’t Talk About.
61 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Scott Atlas
Dr. Scott Atlas, a radiologist and political commentator, served as an advisor on the Trump White House Coronavirus Task Force. He is the author of the upcoming book, A Plague Upon Our House: My Fight at the Trump White House to Stop COVID from Destroying America, which comes out in November, as well as the 2020 book Restoring Quality Health Care: A Six-Point Plan for Comprehensive Reform at Lower Cost. He is also the Robert Wesson Senior Fellow in health care policy at Stanford University’s Hoover Institute.
59 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Current Events with Hicks and Salsman
The Atlas Society Senior Scholars Stephen Hicks and Richard Salsman join host Jennifer Grossman for an Objectivist perspective on a recent Media Bias study, President Biden's Vaccine Mandate, and a rise of secularism in Harvard chaplains. Be sure to tune in for what will prove to be a thought-provoking discussion!
61 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Jonathan Emord
One of our nation’s top constitutional lawyers, Jonathan Emord is the author of The Authoritarians: Their Assault on Individual Liberty, the Constitution, and Free Enterprise from the 19th Century to the Present, which traces the historical roots of America’s accelerating race towards authoritarianism. Throughout his career, he has been committed to achieving full First Amendment protection for speech and for the press, and he has defeated the FDA eight times in federal court, more times than any other attorney in America.
63 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
The Atlas Society Asks Robert Tracinski
Robert Tracinski is the author of the "Tracinski Letter," a newsletter that covers culture and politics from an individualist perspective, and "So Who Is John Galt, Anyway?: A Reader's Guide to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged," a guide to the literary, historical, and philosophical significance of "Atlas Shrugged." He has been a writer, lecturer, and commentator for over twenty years, having edited and published "The Intellectual Activist: An Objectivist Review," served as editor for RealClearPolitics, writing for "The Federalist," and hosting the podcast "Salon for the Refused."
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