Ron Pisaturo

Ron Pisaturo is a writer and philosopher. He has written a screenplay, The Merchant of Mars. Ronald Pisaturo is the author of A Validation of Knowledge, The Longevity Argument, The Merchant of Mars, and Masculine Power, Feminine Beauty.

Obama’s “Logic” on the Mortgage Crisis

In his "Remarks by the President on the mortgage crisis" on February 18, Obama stated: Our housing crisis was born of eroding home values, but it was also an erosion of our common values, and in some case, common sense. It was brought about by big banks that traded in...

The Antidote to Obama

In his Weekly Address yesterday, Obama said, “I didn’t come here to do the same things we’ve been doing … .” After all, Obama is for “change.” Before Obama took over the country, and even before Bush’s 2008 financial bailouts, federal, state, and local governments...

Obama Seeks ‘Cure for Cancer’ — By Stamping Out Freedom

  In his address before a joint session of Congress last night, Obama dictated his plan for America, to be financed and "serviced" by productive Americans. Obama will take from individuals the wealth that they created and needed for their own plans. The...

How To Defeat the Hollywood Unions

The article below was originally published on the website of The Intellectual Activist on April 17, 2001 shortly before an impending writers strike that was averted near the eleventh hour. Now, six years later, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) is again threatening...

Value Created by First Martian Explorer

In my article "Mars: Who Should Own It," I stated: Whoever implements the concept of getting to Mars and living there turns a virtually worthless ball of rock into something of substantial value. Let's check my premises. First: Will Mars, after a successful mission,...

Mars: Who Should Own It

Suppose the US Government made the following declaration: The first person to land on Mars, and to live there some specified minimum duration (such as a year), and to return alive owns the entire Red Planet. Objectivist philosopher Harry Binswanger recently proposed...

The Age of Invisible Virtue

Historians have always been fascinated by the falls of great civilizations such as ancient Greece and Rome. But no fall contains more important lessons for mankind than the fall of the United States of America, which ended the Age of Invisible Virtue and plunged the...

Racism in Congress: The Black Caucus

In expressing "outrage" over Senator Trent Lott's praise of Strom Thurmond and his segregationist vision, the Congressional Black Caucus was calling the kettle black. Every member of the "Black Caucus" should follow Lott's lead and resign from Congress for helping to...

The Collectivist Notion of “Giving Back to Society”

Addressing the World Economic Forum meeting in New York last week, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said, "I think it's a healthy sign that there are demonstrators in the streets. They are raising the question of 'is the rich world giving back enough?' " Almost...

 

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