Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Analogy Is Not The Reality

Opponents of immigration often compare nations to households. Under this analogy, citizens are members of the household, while an illegal immigrant is “like a roommate who doesn’t pay the rent.” We wouldn’t allow someone to barge into our household and … Continue reading

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A Couple Of Changes

Just a quick note to my thousands three readers — I decided to updates my links to remove “Aretae” and “OneSTDV” who were both good bloggers but decided to take down their public blogs. In their place, for now, all … Continue reading

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Are Supporters Of Open Borders Capable of Rational Thought?

As much as opponents of open borders which to imagine otherwise, all that term really describes is a free market for human labor. In the presence of immigration restrictions, both sellers and buyers are forced to pay higher costs for … Continue reading

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