Je Suis Charlie
(In Memoriam)
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Don Richmond's
latest LTE
Rand and Racism

The Evil of Compromise .

Also read his
Fiscal responsibility versus
altruism and selfishness

Neal Boortz read his 'New Rights are Wrong' Op-Ed over the air.
Read it here

Welcome to Paradise

Ayn Rand Society for Individual Rights of Naples

Building a Society Based on the Moral Principle of Individual Rights
— The Rights of All At the Expense of None —

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2015 Supper/Discussion Meeting
No July Supper Meeting due to a conflict with OCON.

The talks listed below will be available on Livestream. All are scheduled for 9:45-11:15AM.

Saturday, July 4th: Onkar Ghate: "Charlie Hebdo", the West, and the Need to Ridicule Religion
Sunday July 5th: Peter Schwartz: Defining Basic Moral Concepts
Monday July 6th: Elan Journo: The Jihadist Movement
Tuesday July 7th: Gregory Salmieri: Epistemology and Justice in the Age of Social Media
Wednesday July 8th: Tara Smith: How Does Objectivity Apply to the Law?
Thunsday, July 9th: John Allison;: The Leadership Crisis and the Free-Market Cure

Register for all Six Talks: $130 adults, $60 students.
By registering you are also elgible for viewing them when they are re-released in late July. This is a direct registration link. Or copy and paste:


Winter-Spring 2015 Distinguished Scholars Series

Final Talk for the Semester was Friday, March 13, 2015,

Series will resume in the Fall.


The PURPOSE of the Ayn Rand Society for Individual Rights of Naples (ARSIRN) is to provide educational venues for studying the ideas underlying individual rights, particularly their moral foundation as first identified by Ayn Rand; to provide a social environment for like-minded individuals; and to raise funds for the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights (ARC)

ARSIRN's GOAL is to provide sufficient, on-going funding for ARC to make Naples a regular stop for speakers from the Ayn Rand Center and the Ayn Rand Institute.

The Society's STRATEGY is to reach out to the broader southwest Florida community through public events, including one major fund-raising event each year.

ARSIRN is open to all readers of Ayn Rand's fiction and/or nonfiction who are sympathetic to her views and wish to pursue their implications. To join with us just complete our support form.

NOTE: We are centered in Naples, Florida, deep in the southwest part of the state. We have members from Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Tampa and St. Pete . . . and welcome others — in spirit if not in body.

For more information email our CoFounders:
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Or write us at
Ayn Rand Society for Individual Rights of Naples
P. O. Box 7173
Naples 34101-7173

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