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Legal Immigration Into the United States (Part 37): Reforms I Would Favor

Note: here is Part 36. Now, here is what I, personally, a US citizen and an appreciative immigrant, as well as a small government conservative, would like to see happen: As I pointed out before, most liberals and quite a … Continue reading

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Legal Immigration Into the United States (Part 33): Conservative Inadequacy with Respect to Immigration

Note: here is Part 32. Surely, in addition to those structural tendencies for immigrants’ propensity to tend left, there is a seemingly built-in electoral incompetence of conservative and other market-oriented parties. I, for example, have been waiting for years for … Continue reading

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Legal Immigration Into the United States (Part 4): Why Control National Boundaries?

[In case you missed it, here is Part 3] As I write, currents of opinion are rather suddenly surfacing in the US that are both anti-state and, ultimately, anti-nation. They want the state’s capacity to control its borders with respect … Continue reading

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To Women Voters:

I take the liberty to point out a small number of issues that I am told are important to women. I do it because I used to be a respectable social scientist and because I have been retired for ten … Continue reading

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A Long Comment on “Open Borders”

The following post comes from a comment at Notes On Liberty. Its subject is  this journal article: “Economics and Emigration: Trillion-Dollar Bills on the Sidewalk?” This 2011 piece by an economist named Michael Clemons was published in the refereed Journal of Economic … Continue reading

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The link to my article on illegal immigration is on the right, halfway

toward the bottom of the front page. It’s entitled : “If Mexicans and Americans could cross the border freely.” It you left-click on this, it takes you to a small window showing the first page of the article. Press on … Continue reading

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