Monthly Archives: February 2013

Libertarian Public Interest

The Libertarian Public Interest Tibor R. Machan A particularly irksome rhetorical ploy against the free society’s champions is that they refuse to acknowledge that there is such a thing as the public interest (or public good or general welfare or … Continue reading

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Self-Referential Paternalist Foibles

Self-Referential Paternalist Foibles Tibor R. Machan Over the last several years statists have changed their tune a bit. Instead of advocating Draconian governmental intrusions on people’s lives, in the tradition of the Soviets and other unabashed tyrants, they have at … Continue reading

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Republicans’ Achilles Heel

The Republicans’ Achilles Heel Tibor R. Machan In a recent Wall Street Journal essay, “Generational Theft Needs to be Arrested,” three men advanced some suggestions to Republicans. Their main focus was the need for Republicans to address what they, following … Continue reading

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Sad State of the Union

Sad State of the Union Tibor R. Machan President Obama delivered a state of the union address that made no secret of his essentially statist political-economic philosophy. Apart from the details, the major message was that Americans must become part … Continue reading

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Arrogance of Power

Arrogance of Power! Tibor R. Machan Just how utterly reliant on sheer power is President Obama can be appreciated from the fact that no one in his administration bothers to defend his policy of confiscating people’s resources. Apart from calling … Continue reading

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My List

My List Tibor R. Machan Once I learned to read there was no end to it. I used my flashlight to make it possible after I was sent to sleep and my first books were quite a disorderly collection. I … Continue reading

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