Immigration. While this was briefly discussed when covering citizenship, I’d like to look more deeply into the subject. There are some who believe that immigration or migration should not be controlled in any way but that all should be free to immigrate at will. I believe one of the reasons this is such a big issue at this time is the welfare structure instituted by the federal and state governments, using taxpayer funds to support non-citizens. I recently read an article by Hans-Hermann Hoppe (https://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/10/hans-hermann-hoppe/open-borders/) where he discusses this issue. In its basic form, it is property rights that should be the primary driver.
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- A Modest Proposal Part 2 So, how do you start crafting a new system of governance? I’ve attempted to look at the good and bad in the current system and then visualize how the individual…
- A Modest Proposal Part 3 RECAP. So, let me briefly recap what has been discussed. I am looking at a new form of governance which will maximize liberty and minimize government intrusion. We have looked…
- A Modest Proposal Part 1 It has been quite a year since I last wrote on this blog. ObamaCare/RomneyCare has been vetted more than once by the Supremes, all states must recognize and license homosexual…
- An Expensive Escape According to Forbes, the U.S. has hiked the fee to renounce U.S. citizenship 422%, so voting with your feet is becoming more difficult. This is how the government responds to…
A lot of people are worried about protecting the borders, but I think they’re not focused on the most important ones – protecting their STATE borders from federal intrusion.
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry’s special statement on Pres. Obama’s executive order benefiting millions of illegal immigrants displays inherent misunderstanding of the message sent by voters on November 4 and what’s required to deal with President’s abuse of power.
By observing the number of visitors to the GiN site during election seasons, it’s easy to see that a lot of Nebraska voters not only seek out a sample ballot some time before they head to the polls, but they are especially interested in more in-depth information about candidates and ballot items. Noting these trends, […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Oklahoma Congressional Delegation today urged the Obama Administration to reconsider its use of Fort Sill Army Base in Lawton, Okla., as a long-term holding facility for Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC).
On Friday, Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that Defense Sec. Chuck Hagel approved a request from HHS to extend and expand the Department of Defense’s (DOD) commitment to house UAC on military bases. The agreement calls for the DOD to house up-to an additional 5,000 UAC in addition to the ongoing support for 3,600 children approved in May. The agreement also commits DOD facilities to be used through January 31, 2015.
Source post here: http://bridenstine.house.gov//media-center/press-releases/oklahoma-delegation-urges-obama-administration-to-reconsider-use-of-ft
Although nullification is often characterized as a right-wing phenomenon by reporters and pundits in the mainstream media, it actually appeals to people from all political walks of life – depending on the issue. Proof that it isn’t just a “right wing” thing is a recent case of a Sacramento, Calif. sheriff who decided to ignore…
Question: Thinking ahead to the 2016 Presidential election, who would you vote for as the next Republican nominee for President?
For the second year in a row, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has won the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) presidential straw poll. The poll also found that libertarians are increasingly growing in influence.
Paul took 31% of the 2,459 votes cast… more
By Priscilla Galstaun-Khader Liberty On Tap’s guest speaker for February was Priscilla Galstaun-Khader. There have been several requests for us to share her presentation. Priscilla has graciously submitted her written speech for us to share. *** You could have been anywhere tonight but you chose to be here and I am very thankful to you […]more
OK-SAFE, Inc. – NASCO’s (North America’s SuperCorridor Coaltion) latest newsletter included this article about a bi-national agreement dealing with the 2,000 mile U.S.-Mexico border. Called Border 2020, this bi-national agreement was signed on August 8, 2012 and builds on the EPA’s Border 2012 Plan. The Border 2020 Mission Statement reads: “MISSION STATEMENT As a result… more
Below is video from last Wednesday’s Unicameral floor speeches and the votes to over ride the Governor’s vetoes of LB599 and its funding bill, LB599A. Each video is proceeded by: Senator’s name and district number Re-election status Detailed list of how each Senator voted in each of the four rounds required to pass the bills… more