Tag Archives: open immigration

The Notion of “Common Property” Is Inherently Communist

Bob Higgs is a libertarian American ex-pat living in Mexico who in a recent blog post wrote the following within the context of immigration and borders (bold emphasis added): As for so-called public property, which the government purports to own, the … Continue reading

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Why Immigration Today Is Not the Same As It Was in 1900 (Thanks to the State)

Matt Wilson has a new post on ideas to reform the welfare state when taking into consideration immigration, which under the current model encourages poor immigrants to come and remain poor. While providing some background, he did a commendable job … Continue reading

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Open Emigration

Courtesy of the International Man, which writes (emphasis added). Preventing people from leaving has always been the hallmark of an authoritarian regime. Unfortunately, the practice is growing in so-called liberal democracies for ever more trivial offenses. In the U.S., for example, the government … Continue reading

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