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Berna Bass, editor

 

 
   

Celebrating Ayn Rand's centenary: A legacy of reason, freedom

Editor’s note: Kalamalama is grateful to the Ayn Rand Institute for allowing us to share many of its thought-provoking articles on issues of the day. This article presents an opportunity for us to express our gratitude and to provide our readers with more information about Ayn Rand, who inspired the philosophy of Objectivism and the creation of the institute.

   

New U.S. - Iran 'diplomacy at any cost' policy self destructive

The widely hailed diplomatic effort led by Britain, France, and Germany is touted as a reasonable way to settle the dispute over Iran’s suspected nuclear weapons program without any losers. By enticing Iran to the negotiating table, we are told, the West can avoid a military confrontation, while Iran gains “economic incentives” that can help build its economy. This deal--now backed also by the Bush Administration--can only strengthen Iran and turn it into a greater menace.

 

 

Fort Street Mall: A work in progress

Two HPU seniors, both journalism majors, were walking down Fort Street Mall after class to grab a bite to eat. No sooner did they turn the corner from a Hawai‘i Pacific University facility then they encountered a derelict attempting to bum a cigarette. “I don’t smoke,” Mark Smith told the tattered old man. Monica Pleuler shook her head and proceeded to walk. As Smith and Pleuler approached Subway, they saw a homeless man who had just vomited and a bird eating the chunks.

   
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