Category Archives: Immigration

Are Open Borders Libertarian?

But on what grounds should there be a right to un-restricted, “free” immigration? No one has a right to move to a place already occupied by someone else, unless he has been invited by the present occupant. And if all … Continue reading

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Lawsuit claims Homeland Security fails to assess environmental impact of immigration policies

“This undeniable presence of many hundreds of thousands of humans who are traveling on foot through, on many occasions very rugged and remote areas of Southeast Arizona and Southwest New Mexico, has caused obvious and undeniable damage to the unique … Continue reading

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Bloomberg: Let Corporations Manage Immigration – Not!

There is only one truly clear and fair solution to immigration:Allow the marketplace to function… It is not hard to do. Get rid of public property that partakes of the “tragedy of the commons.” Allow individuals to own property anywhere and everywhere. … Continue reading

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How to Solve the Illegal Immigration Problem

How to tackle the real immigration problem? Eliminate incentives for those who would come here to live off the rest of us, and make it easier and more rational for those who wish to come here legally to contribute to … Continue reading

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Police State or Banana Republic? How about both?

by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume I just returned from a business trip to Mexico which was also very pleasurable. When entering the country, the Mexican “authorities” were courteous and helpful (as much as possible for government bureaucrats). We had … Continue reading

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Ag Has A Dog In The Immigration Reform Hunt

Although, as an advocate for “no borders,” I believe very little that appears in this article. But, it makes for a good opportunity to tell a little historical story and introduce some economic law. I was running ranches in Texas … Continue reading

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