Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Face of Egalitarianism

The Face of Egalitarianism Tibor R. Machan A few weeks ago they ran the famous Oxford v. Cambridge rowing race on the Thames but a fanatical egalitarian, Mr. Trenton Oldfield from Australia, ruined it for everyone by jumping in the … Continue reading

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Zimmerman’s Apology?

Zimmerman’s Apology? Tibor R. Machan The shooter of Trayvon Martin is now said by many to have apologized. All over the media this is being reported, even on Fox TV news. Even though he did nothing of the sort. To … Continue reading

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Rich Bashing is Unjust and Vicious

Rich Bashing Is Unjust and Vicious Tibor R. Machan The casual manner in which President Obama proposes that various progressive tax measures be implemented against the so called rich–ones who earn more than two million a year–is indicative of just … Continue reading

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An interview on free trade on the Scott Horton Show February 2004

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What About those Hoodies?

What about those Hoodies? Tibor R. Machan Over the last couple of weeks I have been waiting for something to be mentioned about hoodies, something that I thought was staring us all in the face. This is that during the … Continue reading

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FYI for those interested in my doings

From: Gray, Philip [philip.gray@nytimes.com] Sent: Monday, April 09, 2012 3:22 PM To: Gray, Philip Subject: The forum is now online Hello again. The forum about pet health care is now online: http://nyti.ms/HwxR9x. It’s a great conversation, with a variety of … Continue reading

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Fox TV versus The New York Times

Fox TV versus The New York Times Tibor R. Machan My team of media researchers is on vacation just now, so I have to do this by myself, based on my non-scientific study of the journalistic lay of the land. … Continue reading

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