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Immigration Reform and the Search for Middle Ground

Immigration Reform and the Search for Middle Ground

December 17, 2012 at 9:30 am 0 comments

by A.K. Fielding “The terms on which foreigners may be admitted to the rights of Citizens, should be speedily ascertained by a uniform rule of naturalization.” – President George Washington According to an article by Cameron Joseph published in The Hill, “a coalition of business and religious leaders” joined on Tuesday […]

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Why Libertarians Should Embrace Social Conservatism

Why Libertarians Should Embrace Social Conservatism

December 13, 2012 at 12:15 pm 1 comment

by Jonathan Tkachuk Libertarians should embrace social conservatism if they wish to advance the cause of a free society in the United States. By embracing social conservative positions on three core issues, that of abortion, traditional marriage and illegal immigration, libertarians would strengthen their intellectual defense of liberty while simultaneously broadening […]

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