Monthly Archives: May 2009

Column on Sotomayor’s Bias

Is Judge Sotomayor’s Tolerance of Bias Shocking? Tibor R. Machan Just after President Obama selected her as his nominee for the seat opened on the U. S. Supreme Court by the retirement of Justice David Suiter, some statements came to … Continue reading

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Column on Do We All Want to become Millionaires

Do All of us Expect to be Millionaires?   Tibor R. Machan   Sunday is the day when even profit making broadcasters must do service or pro bono work.  And this mostly consists of broadcasting programs misleadingly labelled "public affairs."  … Continue reading

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Published Column on Power & Corruption

http://www.yumasun.com/opinion/power-50413-corrupt-lord.html

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Column on Education and Philosophical versus Political Correctness

Education and Philosophical versus Political Correctness   Tibor R. Machan   You will know what I am after here when I tell you how much I dislike it when people talk of "her majesty" or "his highness" as they talk … Continue reading

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Published Column on Libertarianism v. Conservatism

http://www.yumasun.com/opinion/libertarianism-50249-day-commentators.html

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Column on One Size Fits All–Not Really

One Size Fits All–Not Really Tibor Machan The current–May 23, 2009–issue of Science News is celebrating astronomy and the 400 years of the telescope. And they are all very enthusiastic about it over there at the magazine, so much so … Continue reading

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Column on Invitation to Altruism (Again)

Invitation to Altruism (Again)   Tibor R. Machan   It was when I was in college at Claremont Men’s (now McKenna) College that John F. Kennedy got elected president. Very handsome guy, really Camelot in spades, no denying that! But … Continue reading

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