Tag Archives: Obama

On Having to Fund Immoral Policies

Having to Fund Immoral Policies Tibor R. Machan At the outset I am talking about what someone considers immoral, not what is objectively immoral. Nonetheless, millions are coerced by governments, backed by other millions, to work and pay for what … Continue reading

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Column on Egalitarian Fallacies Galore

Egalitarian Fallacies Galore! Tibor R. Machan I assume that writers like me want to be read, not ignored. But, alas, there isn’t much we can do about this except perhaps fine tune our craft. Even that merely improves the odds. … Continue reading

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Column on How To Win This One in November

How to Win this One in November Tibor R. Machan Seeing that it looks like Mitt Romney may well win the Republican nomination–though it’s too early to be sure about that–It has been a concern of freedom loving Americans whether … Continue reading

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Column on the Bottom line on Obama-Economics

The bottom line on Obama-economics! Tibor R. Machan Economic fairness is impossible: an oxymoron. Since economic activities are inherently varied and often competitive and since one size doesn’t fit all and not everyone can win in a competition, no such … Continue reading

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Column About the Cain Fracas

What about the Cain Fracas? Tibor R. Machan I am not a devoted supporter of Herman Cain although I do find him an appealing person, someone who seems to be a straight shooter when it comes to discussing the issues … Continue reading

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Machan’s Archives: Equality or Diversity, A Leftist Conundrum

Machan’s Archives: Equality or diversity? Which one do Leftists want? You can’t have both by Tibor R. Machan For the last couple or so decades the universities and colleges where I have taught–and by all accounts, most of them in … Continue reading

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Column on Liberty versus Stimulus

Liberty versus Stimulus Tibor R. Machan Despite all the bad blood and heated rhetoric–name calling, besmirching, hyperbole and other polemics–involved in our current political-economic controversies, there really is a substantive point of considerable difference at issue. Put bluntly, the Obama … Continue reading

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Column on Obama’s Keynesian Superstition

Obama’s Keynesian Superstition Tibor R. Machan President Obama gave a speech on Thursday afternoon announcing the American Job Creation Act. There were numerous points that were open to criticism but before dealing with a few, it is important to state … Continue reading

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Column on The Anatomy of bona fide Compromises

Anatomy of the bona fide Compromise Tibor R. Machan On the current political front there is a lot of talk about whether to compromise on various issues, such as continuing or increasing the Keynesian economic stimulus, abortion, gay marriage, extending … Continue reading

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My Fathers’ Day Column

My Fathers’ Day Reflections Tibor R. Machan On my drive to work the other day I was listening to the local all news radio station and suddenly I am hearing President Obama chiming in with one of those “public service” … Continue reading

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