Friday, April 3, 2009

March 2009 OActivist Compilation

Here's a list of March's published output by members of the OActivist list (most of whom have full-time jobs and only write when time permits): Editorials 1. Paul Hsieh, "Ayn Rand and the Tea Party Protests",, Mar 02/09 2. Linn and Ari Armstrong, "Political controls provoke producers to go on strike", Grand Junction Free Press, Mar 2/09 3. Joseph Kellard, "Celebrate Individualism, Not Ethnicity", Long Beach Herald, Mar 1/09 4. Paul Hsieh, "Health Insurance Industry Sells Its Soul to the Devil",, Mar 22/09 5. Lucy Hugel, National service bill makes 'volunteerism' compulsory, Patriot News, Mar 30/09 6. Linn and Ari Armstrong,"Everyone is welcome at Hamburger Mary’s", Grand Junction Free Press, Mar 30/09 Citations or Links 1. Amit Ghate, OC Register, LTE cited in Generational logic, Mar 6/09 2. Ari Armstrong, Denver CBS 4, "Beer Smash protest", Mar 13/09. 3. Ari Armstrong cited in "Beer Bill Not Dead?", Denver Daily News, Mar 16/09 4. Rory Hodgson, cited in "Capitalists fight back at G20", Evening Standard, Mar 31/09 Letters to the Editor 1. Amesh Adalja, "Viewpoint is emotion driven", Butler Eagle, Mar 2/09 2. Amit Ghate, “Contract Complexities”, OC Register, Mar 3/09 3. Amesh Adalja, "End the drug war", Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Mar 4/09 4. Ari Armstrong, "Legislator’s comments on promiscuous women", Denver Post, Mar 4/09. 5. Susan Harbison, "Knowing nature", The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), Feb 28/09 6. Aquinas Heard, LTE, AJC, Mar 4/09 7. Jay Robbins, "Robbins: We're better off without President Obama's ideas for 'change'", Valley Breeze, Mar 19/09 8. Rob Abiera, LTE, Oklahoma Gazette, Mar 18/09 9. Benjamin Skipper, "Government can't be economic engine", Flint Journal, Mar 22/09 10. Amesh Adalja, "Rethink U.S. drug laws", Butler Eagle, Mar 23/09 11. Roberto Sarrionandia, Turning the lights out is an attack on civilisation, Daily Telegraph (UK), Mar 26/09 12. Paul Hsieh, "Our Health, and the Health of Insurers", New York Times, Mar 30/09 Media Appearances 1. Ari Armstrong on Mike McConnell's radio show re: "Low-Carb Food Stamp Diet.", Mar 4/09 Note too that this list does not include web comments, letters to congressmen and other politicians, radio show call-ins, etc., all of which actively spread our message and advance our goals. (Disclaimer: All content listed herein is self-identified as "Objectivist", I have not vetted the content, nor do I necessarily agree with all of it.)

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