The movie that liberals in Hollywood and Washington, D.C. don't want you to see...
AYN RAND'S ATLAS SHRUGGED
This Saturday Night in Sandy
Join the Utah Young Republicans and a bunch of older Republicans for a special showing of Atlas Shrugged, the movie version of Ayn Rand's iconic novel. We have limited seating for the first 225 individuals. Tickets will be $11, $1 of which will be a donation to the UYRs. The first 225 to sign up and pay for a ticket will receive a ticket for a reserved seat.
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The movie will be at Mega-Plex Jordan Commons in Sandy , Theater #8, at 7:30 PM on Saturday, April 16. We'll start seating at 7:10. MAP
Come early, hang out with the YRs and other Republicans and conservatives. We hope to see you there!
SL County Republicans: During the morning on this day is the SL County Convention which will be held next door at the SouthTown Expo Center. The convention will conclude in the mid-afternoon which leaves attendees ample time to get something to eat and arrive at the theater in time to mingle before the performance.
If you RSVP, I'll send you a Paypal request for the number of tickets you request. Please send me by email at email@example.com or Facebook message your request and email address, and I'll send you the request. I'll reserve the number of tickets you request.
About the Atlas Shrugged novel: Atlas Shrugged is a novel that has generated inspiration and controversy since its publication in 1957.
Its theme is the role of individual achievement in society and its goal is to demonstrate what can happen when individual achievement is undervalued, suppressed and demonized. Complex characters embody heroism and evil, in a plot that combines drama, mystery, romance, and science fiction - the result is ultimately inspirational, not apocalyptic.
Dagny Taggart is one of the finest female heroines in modern literature: intelligent, courageous, and as beautiful as she is strong. She is a rare screen example of life lived on one's own terms, for one's own values. Steel magnate Henry Rearden says, "My goal is to make money" with pride. He is an industrialist who improves the quality of life for all - and values his reward. Atlas Shrugged's villains are evil, but as familiar as our local neighbor - as they undercut and subvert talent and achievement.
Atlas Shrugged Trailer
Why You should See Atlas Shrugged (article)
Atlas Shrugged: Timeless Morals (article)
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