Tag Archives: Tea Party

Column on Further Distortions of Libertarianism

Further Distortions of Libertarianism Tibor R. Machan In his essay “The Tea Party Jacobins,” with its hyperbolic and besmirching title, Mark Lilla, whose The Reckless Minds: Intellectuals in Politics I once favorably reviewed, advances the notion that the Tea Party’s … Continue reading

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Column on Tea Party Muddles

Tea Party Confusion Tibor R. Machan The idea that politicians should sign a pledge to promote personal morality is contrary to the avowed Tea Party commitment to small government. If you want the government to have a restricted scope, you … Continue reading

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Column on Democracy Wont Help Egypt

Democracy Wont Help Egypt Tibor R. Machan Even without being a Egyptologist I can say with reasonable certainty that it will not help to solve Egypt’s problems to make it into an unlimited democracy. What we are likely to get … Continue reading

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