The May/June copy came a couple of days ago. Usual band of great stuff. There was one thing that stood out that I would like to know more about. One of the pages had a picture of Dorothy wearing a sweatshirt that says “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for YOURSELF.” Great paraphrase on JFK’s speech, however did she make that herself or did she pick it up from a vendor? If that is not copyrighted I am going to have some made up for myself as it reflects my outlook. I am sure that Ayn Rand would be proud of our Dorothy for wearing that shirt.
Re: “Building Eric’s House Part 5”: I was wearing a long-sleeved T-shirt I ordered from an affiliate of the Ayn Rand website “Atlasphere” (a take-off from “Atlas Shrugged”). I’ve been a proponent for 50 years of Ayn Rand’s philosophy that celebrates individualism and personal achievement (without government help). Thanks for noticing the quote!
Here is the website link if you’d like to order one for yourself. It’s a GREAT message to spread around!