Monthly Archives: November 2013

IP Anyone?

Intellectual Property Anyone? Tibor R. Machan There is a debate afoot now about whether one ever owns the likes of a novel, poem, computer game, song, arrangement or similar “intellectual” items. Some argue, to quote the skeptic, Professor Tom Bell … Continue reading

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At The Daily Bell: Laws versus regulations

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Obama’s Utilitarian Foibles

Obama’s Utilitarian Foibles November 20, 2013 Editorial By Tibor Machan The utilitarian insists that the morally right way to act is to promote the greatest good for the greatest number (of people but perhaps of all sentient beings). This goes … Continue reading

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Liberty & Productivity

Liberty and Productivity November 13, 2013 Commentary by Tibor Machan Statists routinely suggest their distrust of human initiative. This is why they keep advocating government stimuli instead of free markets. In a free market, one which prohibits government intrusions, regulations … Continue reading

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