The American Individualist

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

My Writings on Cap Mag

Thanks to Gus Van Horn, who runs an exceptional Objectivist blog(, I learned that Capitalism Magazine lists three pages of my columns, essays and articles that have been posted on its website over several years:

These pieces have appeared in many places, including my now defunct newsletter, Axiom3, and my original website called The American Individualist, as well as the Herald newspapers (which employee me) and some prominent paper, such as the Washington Times, and the book “Grow Up, America!” by psychologist Michael Hurd.

Cap Mag lists my pieces in chronological order instead of by category, but note that I’ve written on a wide-variety of issues and subjects, from the war, sports, art, books, movies, “reality” TV, obesity and defense attorneys, to my mother, Ritalin, Bill Clinton and feminism, ESPN, Independence Day, Dan Marino and Leonardo da Vinci. The following is a list of my favorite writings from the Cap Mag list, the ones with asterisks being my top favorites.

$ Sept 11th: An Attack On Our Values (September 5, 2006)

* My Mom's Invaluable Lesson (May 14, 2006)

$ An Open Letter to Dan Marino (August 7, 2005)

$ Red Holocaust (May 30, 2004)

* Pat Tillman: Fighting For His Self-Interest (May 29, 2004)

* "The Passion" of Howard Roark (April 10, 2004)

$ What Makes the Super Bowl "Super" (February 4, 2004)

* An Open Letter to ESPN on Rush Limbaugh (October 8, 2003)

* Conservatives for the Separation of God and Religion (April 18, 2003)

$ In Praise of Obesity (February 23, 2003)

$ Martin Luther King's Dream vs. Hillary Clinton's Nightmare (February 8, 2003)

$ The Impoverished Values of "Joe Millionaire" (January 30, 2003)

$ Thankful to Be American (November 25, 2002)

$ The Guilt of Defense Attorneys (September 8, 2002)

* Patriots Taxed by Taxes (March 3, 2002)

$ Sports = Life (November 5, 2001)

$ "The Sopranos" is Fired At for the Wrong Reasons (June 3, 2001)

$ Get Busy Living, or Get Busy Dying: A Review of "The Shawshank Redemption" (July 17, 2000)

* The Meaning of Independence Day (July 4, 2000)

$ Traditionalism vs. Defiance: A Review of "Billy Elliot" (January 28, 2000)

$ A Double Standard of Hypocrisy: Feminism's Love Affair with President Clinton (February 4, 1999)

$ Public Education's Escape Through ADD and Ritalin (January 31, 1999)

$ Feeding fuel to a fire: Clinton's attempt to fight racism by enshrining it (December 31, 1998)

* Leonardo da Vinci: Renaissance Man Extraordinaire (November 8, 1998)


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