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Migrants In The Americas: Coverage From The Mexican-Guatemalan Border

Josh Friedman produces a series of reports from the Mexican-Guatemalan border, days following major clashes there between Mexico's National Guard and a migrant caravan from Central America. Has the situation been diffused, as some media have suggested? Are more migrants arriving? Is Mexico succeeding in stopping migrants from crossing the Suchiate River, which forms a

By |February 3rd, 2020|Featured, Mexico, News, Uncategorized|

Inside The ‘America First Rally’ In Laguna Beach

By JACLYN SNOW Alt-right rallies sprang up all over the United States last weekend, following on the tail of the terror that occurred in Charlottesville last weekend. I attended one on August 20th in Laguna Beach, California. California is known as a very liberal state, however a study conducted by the Southern Poverty Law Center

By |August 26th, 2017|Featured, United States|

History And Liberty In Immigration

Visigoths sack Rome - Wikimedia Commons By GARY KIRKLAND Immigration is a hot issue right now around the world. This essay will discuss the issue from both a historical and Libertarian perspective. Between 100,000 and 40,000 years ago, homo sapiens sapiens first emigrated out of Africa. By 30,000 years ago, based on archaeological and

By |February 5th, 2017|Featured, Guest Opinion|
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