Atlas Shrugs: a Blog for Western Civilization, the Constitution and the Individual


“Western Civilization hangs in the balance.” Under-reported news. The news that you don’t get. Atlas Shrugs is not about the “media Buddha’s issue of the day.”

Opening vlog from atlasshrugs2000 on June 24, 2007.

Admittedly the big issue (right now) for blogger Pamela Gellar? The Madrassah (an Islamic religious school). The public school Madrassah …

“They won’t let our valedictorians say ‘God’ in their speech. No God. No Christian. No Christmas. No Easter. No this. No that. But there’s actually a taxpayer-funded Madrassah in Brooklyn — KGIF, the Khalil Gibran International Academy — has been OK’d. It’s done. And why should you care about it? ‘I don’t have to care about it … it’s Brooklyn, Atlas. It doesn’t concern me.’ It does! It sets a precedent.”

… it’s going to be the individual that saves the day. It’s going to be the individual that takes back America. Because let’s be honest: It was the first country [United States] that was based on the individual — the greatest document in human history [referring to the U.S. Constitution].

— Pamela Gellar, from her first vlog

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