Top Opinion Blogs
The top site from the right is "Little Green Footballs", but they are way behind the others, both in monthly visitors and in Alexa "reach". [They did score well in "number of inbound links" though.]
Blog for Immigration Voice, striving to a) reform the broken employment-based Immigration System for the United States to maintain a competitive edge b) safeguard the interests of legal, English-speaking, skilled Global professionals waiting for their employment-based Green CardsWhen will the Malkins, O'Reilly's and Lou Dobb's of the world speak up for these people, who spend years squeezed into the pipeline called legal immigration? I've lived in that pipe, and it was so unnecessary. How can anyone look at the stuff on this site and think that these people are somehow going to undermine America!
In case you are unaware of us, I’d like to introduce you to The Undercurrent. The Undercurrent is an Objectivist student publication mainly intended to be distributed on universities campuses to make more students aware of Ayn Rand. Non-students also distribute our paper, and other good places to distribute are coffee shops (some Starbucks have bulletin boards), bookstores (some have areas for free publications), gyms, and other places.
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- an article arguing that the War in Iraq is not, though it should be, guided by the goal of self-defense.
- an article arguing that medicine is not an entitlement, but a commodity that should be bought and sold like any other good.
- an article arguing that people put too much weight on statistical surveys as a guide for action.
- an article discussing and defending the value of corporations
- an article discussing the clash between religion and rational thought
- Two Ayn Rand Institute Op-Eds still to be selected
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