Immigration

How to Prevent Democide

– November 11, 2019

Some of the 262 million individuals that suffered from democide could have escaped their fates. More importantly, rulers faced with the possibility of exit would have been more reluctant to engage in democides in the first place.

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Immigration

The Case for Open Borders Is Stronger than You Think

– November 2, 2019

The status quo is moral and economic madness: at the very least, immigration restrictions should be dramatically reduced.

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Immigration

How to Think About Migration

– October 31, 2019

The right of individuals to move within a state, if it is one that overrides and excludes any political power to control movement and residence, should also extend to a right to move across political borders.

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Immigration

Questions for Immigration Skeptics

– October 28, 2019

Restricting peaceful immigration reduces the freedom of Americans.

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Immigration

All I Want for Christmas Is a Forged Passport

– October 21, 2019

If we are serious about helping people escape extreme poverty, it’s time we look into getting people from where their labor has lower value to where their labor has higher value.

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Immigration, International

The Cultural Case Against Immigration Is Weak at Best

– October 12, 2019

Opposition to immigration takes many forms. Most of these forms are easily tackled empirically and are found to be wanting.

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Immigration, Regulation
visasworld

Government Cannot Select the Right Immigrants

– September 6, 2019

Why believe that the state can pick the right immigrants but not the right industries to subsidize?  

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Immigration
mapofmoney

The U.S. Should Welcome and Celebrate Immigrant Investors

– March 19, 2019

If the U.S. doesn’t want these immigrants, I am sure that other countries like Canada and Australia will. That’s how competition works.

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Economic Growth, Immigration, Socialism, Unemployment
bricklayer

The Labor Shortage Is Acute in Many Industries

– February 20, 2019

The data alone tell the story no one wants to hear. Continued economic growth does not so much allow as require the inclusion – indeed the expansion – of the number of undocumented immigrants on American employment rolls.

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Immigration, Taxes
thewall

GoFundMe for a Government Program?

– December 21, 2018

The GoFundMe campaign for the wall illustrates both the possibilities and the limitations of relying on voluntary revenue collection. Private efforts might be able to collect the money they need, but they will not and should not obtain the powers that government possesses to take away the people’s liberty and property.

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