Who is John Galt? Perhaps the question should be "Where is John Galt?"

Given the economic situation as it is, it should come as no surprise that Ayn Rand's classic, Atlas Shrugged has enjoyed a significant boost in sales of late, because the fictional setting of the book dovetails somewhat with no only what is going on in our own economy, but also the proposed "solutions" offered by the Obama administration.

The memorable phrase from the book, "Who is John Galt?" In the context of the book's parallels with our current situation, I've wondered if perhaps the question should be rephrased to, "Where is John Galt?" It's a valid question.

If you are of the same mind, and would like to ask that question publicly, now you can. "Who Where is John Galt?" T-shirts and bumper stickers can by found at CafePress.com.


Everything's Amazing and Getting Better All of the Time, But Nobody's Happy and Everybody's Whining

This puts things in perspective, and points out how we take our comfortable lives for granted.

Hat tip: Carpe Diem


Wall Street Journal video: A Liberal Super Majority

A video version of The Journal's editorial of the same title published in the past week. We can only pray that these predictions do not come to pass.