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Nearly two-thirds of the U.S. population lives within the 100-mile border zone, where Border Patrol agents have broad legal authority to set up immigration checkpoints.

Securing Our Borders, but Against Whom?

Despite Trump’s continuing bombastic statements to the contrary, DHS statistics show more and more immigrants continue to enter our nation. What isn’t being talked about is that it’s getting more and more difficult for Americans to leave.

“As Ludwig von Mises correctly stated, in a free state, no one is forced to remain within the state. Anyone who seeks to emigrate is free to do so. This is, in fact, one of the primary tenets of liberty – if you don’t like it, you can leave.

And so, it follows that, if the right to exit is curtailed in any way, the state has ceased to be free.” Read more…

 

Sources:
International Man

 
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