Joe Salerno, editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and academic vice president of the Mises Institute, discusses Ludwig von Mises’ thoughts on nationalism, immigration, and the state.
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Does liberalism require “open borders”? Is nationalism compatible with individual rights? Is democratic majoritarianism a form of colonialism, with predictably bad outcomes for minority populations? And, can mass immigration be reconciled with self-determination?
FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the legal fallout from President Trump’s immigration executive order.
by Ron Paul Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent speech on immigration really missed the point. I understand Trump’s frustration over the US government’s inability to control the US borders and keep out those who would come to this country illegally. Trump was right that the media ignore legitimate questions we have on our immigration […]
by Hans Hermann-Hoppe This article is excerpted from the author’s A Realistic Libertarianism. Left-libertarians profess to apply libertarian principles more consistently than other libertarians. In fact, their role is to serve as Viagra to the State. This becomes apparent when one considers their position on the increasingly virulent question of migration. Left-libertarians are typically ardent […]
A major influx of Syrian refugees has begun to hit US shores. President Obama wants to radically increase the numbers coming in over the next year. Refugees must be calculated in as part of the costs of an interventionist foreign policy. But how high are these costs?
Joseph Salerno writes It took a heroic local news anchor from Fargo, North Dakota to expose the fact that crony capitalists have banded together in a “nonprofit” foundation to bribe the political classes of small U.S. cities to support and promote “refugee resettlement” in their cities. The Partnership for a New American Economy, whose board […]