Go to your Tivo.
Go to FoxBusiness.
Go to Thursday night at 8:00 p.m.
Set yer machine to record "Stossel".
It will be the long-awaited Ayn Rand hour.
I suspect that a good portion of the show will be spent treating "Atlas Shrugged" as if it were one of the prophetic works of Nostradamus. Go here for some preliminaries and a poll on who represents whom.
IMAO, if we're going to cast the novel with contemporary characters, Wesley Mouch is a good stand-in for Comrade Barney Frank.
As of January 2010, Orren Boyle represents the United States insurance industry, which is about to get a huge boost to its client base.
Dr. Robert Stadler, the man with great promise who became a sellout? Let's go with former Rand disciple Alan Greenspan.
For John Galt, let's go with my own Texas-based employer, who recently decided to open another warehouse someplace in the U.S., took a long, long look at the Statist mayhem in California, said Screw That, and opened up a warehouse on the North Carolina/Virginia border. That's not quite "Going Galt", but it does send the message that Elections Have Consequences.