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Originally published in TIA Daily. The space shuttle Endeavor just landed for the last time last night in Florida, marking the end of the second to last manned space flight to be undertaken by the United States for the foreseeable future. In a recent op-ed, three legends of the Apollo space program mourned the end […]
Originally published in TIA Daily. Today is the 40th anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon—an event that still reverberates as the symbol of mankind’s unlimited potential for achievement. But as Ayn Rand observed at the time, the culture’s intellectuals did not want to have to confront the meaning and implications of the moon […]
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