Monthly Archives: July 2010

Column on A Lopsided Warning

A Lopsided Warning Tibor R. Machan The president of the AAUP–American Association of University Professors–issued a lengthy declaration warning the membership against getting involved with BP, the giant oil company whose operations have gone awry in the Gulf of Mexico … Continue reading

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Essay on Hungary’s Malaise

Hungary’s Malaise: (Introduction to A Brief On Business Ethics, Hungarian Edition) by Tibor R. Machan Shortly after Hungary set off the fall of Soviet-style socialism in 1989, when that country’s rulers allowed visitors from what then was East Germany to … Continue reading

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Column on Obama’s Professor Yoo

Obama’s Professor Yoo Tibor R. Machan Don’t believe it for a moment. The American Left, as a whole, does not support civil liberties. All that protestation of about Bush and Cheney’s allegedly unconstitutional expansion of presidential powers was just a … Continue reading

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Column: Recycling a Beauty

Recycling A Beauty Tibor R. Machan My friend and occasional colleague–when we have both worked for the Institute for Economic Studies Europe now and then during summers over the last couple of decades–Professor Donald J. Boudreaux of George Mason University … Continue reading

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Column on Shutting it all down for the State

Shutting it all down for the State! Tibor R. Machan I travel about quite a lot. I have crossed the USA back and forth about 25 times by car and have also done a good deal of driving in Europe–France, … Continue reading

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Column on What Irritates the Staists

What Irritates the Statists Tibor R. Machan Speculating about motives isn’t my cup of tea. I really don’t know why so many folks find it attractive to run other people’s lives, to dictate to them, to regiment or regulate them … Continue reading

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Column on Two Insidious Trends in America

Two Insidious Trends in America   Tibor R. Machan Two powerful intellectual developments are ruining America.  One is egalitarianism, the other pragmatism. The former is an effort at the highest levels of American education, at institutions such as Harvard University … Continue reading

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