Unenforced Borders are not Open Borders

Related to the recent protests about Cuba, some of my friends have chatted anew on immigration and open borders. This article argues that the States under Biden have relatively unenforced borders in comparison to the Trump administration, and that unenforced borders have systematically worse incentives compared to open borders. The final conclusion is that open … Read more

Real Decentralization Includes Full Denationalization

This article will argue that denationalization is a necessary component of a free market society. This is important because without the idea of citizenship the idea of a state becomes radically different from the modern state and much more like the anarcho-capitalist notion as described by David Friedman in The Machinery of Freedom and by others elsewhere. … Read more

Lessons from Dinner With J Warner Wallace

Today is April 9, 2013. Today J. Warner Wallace is giving a speech at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX which I will be attending. Last night, however, I had the rare opportunity to have dinner with him and a few others due to the remarkable club called Ratio Christi which I attend and … Read more