by Prof. Patrick Garry: America is a country of immigrants, but that immigration historically occurred within an enforced national policy on immigration. The arrival of immigrants to America and the legal enforcement of a national immigration policy traditionally went hand in hand. Currently, there is a great divide on the […]Read more ›
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by Carine Martinez-Gouhier: My previous posts describing a reemerging Detroit took the stance that the city’s revival will only occur when the government retreats to the sidelines—a position that was vindicated by the experience of every entrepreneur I met, whether large or small. That said, there are some areas of law […]Read more ›
by Peter Smith: British Officials Claim that the Prosecution of Illegal Sex-Selective Abortion Is Not in the Public Interest. They are wrong. 18 months ago the Daily Telegraph newspaper ran a superb piece of investigative journalism. Using a pregnant woman and an undercover journalist posing as her sister, doctors and […]Read more ›
by Evan Bernick Because libertarians have had few reasons to celebrate in recent years, we are eager to claim even the smallest victories. Political commentators on the left and right have opined that Senator Rand Paul achieved a significant victory for the “liberty movement” with his 13-hour denunciation of the Obama […]Read more ›
by Jonathan Tkachuk It’s true, different Al Qaida affiliates and extremist groups have emerged, from the Arabian Peninsula to Africa. The threat these groups pose is evolving. But to meet this threat, we don’t need to send tens of thousands of our sons and daughters abroad or occupy other nations…That’s why […]Read more ›
by Jonathan Tkachuk Much has been made regarding the increased use of drones by the U.S. government in its war against Al-Qaeda and other Islamist extremists. This seemingly detached method of warfare has been critiqued on the grounds that it is both ethically indefensible and strategically foolish. While both critiques deserve […]Read more ›