This is the collection of Yaron Brook's "Call to Action" video series. These videos are designed for students interested in understanding recent cultural and political developments, and who want to learn new more about the ways these developments impact them.
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Dr. Brook discusses what we should make of the Sequester.
ARI foreign policy fellow Elan Journo discusses the terrorist attacks of September 11 on the U.S. embassy in Libya.
Dr. Brook discusses his new book "Free Market Revolution."
Dr. Brook discusses the importance of planning ahead so that your club continues even after you graduate.
Dr. Yaron Brook talks about why Objectivists are neither Republicans nor Democrats.
The importance of introducing Ayn Rand's ideas to other students on campus, and how to succeed at doing so.
Analyzing BP's liability in the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the consequences of government regulation, and the method by which the government extracts compensation from BP.
The importance of properly defined property rights, and the consequences of businessmen incorporating "green" philosophy into their business.
Comedy Central's refusal to broadcast a South Park show critizicing Mohammed, and the broader implications for free speech in a cultural context of capitulating to threats of terror.
Exploring the meaning and importance of the right to free speech, campaign finance reform and the rights of corporations.
Comparing and contrasting the aftermath of the earthquakes that struck Haiti and Chile in early 2010 to illustrate the life and death importance of freedom.
Discussing terrorism and the reason it persists despite the near universal outcry against it.
Dr Brook's recent and upcoming talks, increased interest in the Ayn Rand Institute, and opportunities for students.
Government handling of its proposal for health care reform, the public's response, and the meaning of individual rights.
The opportunities available to students who choose to participate in Objectivist campus clubs.
The consequences of socialized health care, and ideas for students interested in challenging those who accept the premise that health care is a right.
The catalysts behind the recent Tea Parties, and suggestions for students who want to promote Ayn Rand's ideas at Tea Parties.
Challenging the science of global warming and the legislation its supporters are advocating for.
Speaking up against proponents of global warming by making the case that freedom is necessary to live and solve problems.
The reasons for the recent surge in interest surrounding Ayn Rand's novel, Atlas Shrugged.
The causes and solutions to the national financial crisis.
Defending capitalism in the midst of the heightened attacks on free markets and businessmen.