New York magazine has released its annual list of the 50 most influential people in the country, and Rand is no different.
She was named the No. 1 influence in 2017, and is now the most influential American, beating out former presidents George H.W. Bush, John F. Kennedy, and John F and Joe Biden.
Rand, however, also came in at the top of the list for her extreme conservatism.
She is a big believer in the belief that the individual should be limited by the government and should be treated as a resource.
Rand said she wants people to be able to make their own choices in life, and she believes that the government should not interfere in the private lives of the people, including religious liberty.
But she does not like the idea of the government imposing its values on the private sector, such as allowing churches to proselytize, for example.
In an interview with the New York Times in 2012, Rand said, “Government cannot be neutral in the marketplace of ideas.
The marketplace is the marketplace.
If you don’t want to allow any churches to preach, don’t.
That’s what I do.
If I think that the federal government has the right to tell you what to do with your body and your speech, that’s wrong.”
She also opposed allowing people to engage in political activity in her books, and in particular her view that the U.S. Constitution should be repealed.
She said that the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, should be used to protect people against government overreach.
Rand’s beliefs were also at odds with those of most other Americans.
The Economist magazine, for instance, ranked her No. 2 influence on the 2016 presidential election, behind only President Donald Trump.
Rand has said that she is opposed to abortion and opposes gay marriage.
The Associated Press also placed her at the bottom of its list of influential Americans, with a score of 40 out of 100.
Rand told Newsweek in 2013 that she believed in “freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion.”
She said, however: “The Constitution doesn’t guarantee anything.
The Constitution doesn [mean] nothing.”
The American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank, has also placed Rand at the lower end of its influential list.
Rand wrote about her beliefs in her 2011 book Atlas Shrugged, and said, in a 2012 interview with National Review, “I am convinced that if we want a free society, then the government will have to provide some sort of guarantee for private property.
And that means that, no matter what government or what kind of religion we have, we will have some kind of government guarantee against government intrusion into private property.”
The Associated House Press reported in 2016 that Rand has not released any research on the topic.
Rand and her husband, Robert, also founded Atlas Shrugs, a book club that was featured in the movies Braveheart and The Matrix.
In the 2010 film Braveheart, which was about a war between England and Scotland, a British aristocrat who became a knight in the Scottish military tells his wife, “My lord, I’m not sure that you would do anything to protect your country if you were still alive.”