An argument for open borders: why denying citizenship based on birthplace is as arbitrary and unfair as denying it based on skin color
On Wednesday, July 13, El Salvador’s Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the nation’s Amnesty Law, passed in 1993. The law–passed in 1993, just five days
I break down the connections between the twin fears of terrorism and illegal immigration in the United States. Instead of giving in to xenophobia, we need understanding and respect.
A Los Angeles Times editorial by Iain Overton, an expert on U.S. gun culture, published this morning (read here) discusses the often overlooked international effects of domestic gun policy. As many Mexicans and Central Americans know, United States domestic policy often has a huge effect on these neighboring countries, perhaps nowhere more clearly than in drug policy and immigration policy. …