The Atlas Society Asks Jeffrey Singer

Wednesday September 9th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

Join us on Septermber 9th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET for The Atlas Society Asks Jeffrey Singer. In addition to being a Senior Fellow at the CATO Institute and working in the Department of Health Policy Studies, Dr. Singer is the founder of Valley Surgical Clinics, Ltd., the largest and oldest group private surgical practice in Arizona. He  has been in private practice as a general surgeon for more than 35 years. Tune in to hear what he has to say about healthcare and policy in the time of COVID.

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The Atlas Society Asks with Andy Puzder

Wednesday September 16th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

On September 16th, Andy Puzder joins The Atlas Society CEO, Jennifer Grossman, for our 16th episode in The Atlas Society Asks webinar series. Andy Puzder is an attorney, author, and businessman. Puzder earned a Juris Doctorate in 1978 from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, MO and worked as a trial attorney in St. Louis; has authored XX on economic and legal issues as well as having written the 2018 book The Capitalist Comeback: The Trump Boom and the Left’s Plot to Stop It; he is also a former CEO of CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr.

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The Atlas Society Asks Emily Ekins

Wednesday September 23rd @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

Join us on September 23rd @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET for The Atlas Society Asks Emily Ekins. Emily is a research fellow and director of polling at Cato Institute. She recently published a much-quoted article on a Cato survey that found 62% of Americans fear sharing their political views. Tune in to hear her thoughts on public opinion regarding free speech, cancel culture, and policing.

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The Atlas Society Asks Christina Sandefur

Wednesday September 30th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

Join us on September 30th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET for The Atlas Society Asks Christina Sandefur. Christina is executive vice president at the Goldwater Institute and co-drafter of the Right to Try initiative, which is now federal law, protecting terminally ill patients' right to try safe investigational treatments not yet FDA approved. She is also co-author of Cornerstone of Liberty: Private Property Rights in 21st Century America. On September 30th,  Christina will discuss her thoughts on Right to Try and on the changes in innovation and regulation as a reaction to COVID.

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The Atlas Society Asks Clint Bolick

Wednesday October 7th @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

On October 7, 2020 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET, The Atlas Society Asks Arizona Supreme Court Associate Justice Clint Bolick. Justice Bolick founded the Institute for Justice in 1991, a non-profit law firm that litigates to limit government power, especially when it comes to property rights, economic liberty, and free speech. Justice Bolick is well known for his support of school choice and defense of vouchers. He has written a number of books, including David’s Hammer: The Case for an Activist Judiciary and Death Grip: Loosening the Law’s Stranglehold over Economic Liberty.

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The Atlas Society Gala

Wednesday, October 14 @ 6:30pm PT

Mark your calendar! On Wednesday, October 14th, The Atlas Society will host our fourth annual black-tie fundraising dinner in Los Angeles. Join us in honoring Peter Diamandis, Founder of the XPRIZE and Singularity University, with the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Chip Wilson, Founder of Lululemon.

Chip Wilson will also join fellow athletes Joe De Sena (Founder & CEO of Spartan), big wave surfer Laird Hamilton and volleyball star Gabby Reece for a panel discussion on "Why Athletes Need Philosophy." We will keep you posted about the venue as we pull final details together. Meanwhile, feel free to pre-order your ticket here. You can also contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

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The Atlas Society Asks Helen Fisher

Wednesday October 21st @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET

Join us on October 21st @ 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET for The Atlas Society Asks Helen Fisher. Helen Fisher, Ph. D., is a biological anthropologist and a senior fellow at The Kinsey Institute. She has studied the brain circuitry of romantic love and written sic books, including Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Morriage, and Why We Stray.

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Virtual Presentation at Claremont McKenna College

Wednesday October 22nd

College and university campuses may be deserted, but that isn’t stopping The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman from getting her message to students. She will be featured in a virtual talk at Claremont McKenna College on October 22, 2020, arguing that facts alone are no match for the seductive moral appeal of socialism. Instead, she will make the case that the argument against the “social justice” version of fairness requires a moral case for fairness premised on the inviolability of individual rights, the virtues of independence, reason, and achievement, as well as the ethics of benevolent self-interest. She will ensure that students understand that these tenets are more relevant than ever in a culture where envy, resentment, victimhood, and entitlement are on the rise – and being stoked and leveraged by politicians to increase government power in perpetuity. 


Collaborative Discussion of Ayn Rand's Writing - Hosted by The Great Connections

Every Monday @ 8:45 PM ETaynrand

If you're a young person interested in the ideas of Ayn Rand, we invite you to join The Great Connections for weekly online collaborative discussions. Using their powerful discussion method, they work together with you to better understand her ideas. They cultivate respectful dialogue while examining the reason and evidence for each person's questions, ideas, and conclusions.

They'll read a variety of essays ranging from "The Objectivist Ethics" to "Racism," "The Psycho-epistemology of Art," and "Causality Versus Duty." You can attend as many, or as few, sessions as you like. Each discussion takes place on Monday evenings from 8:45-10:15 PM Eastern. You can learn more and sign up HERE.