Over the last 50 years, between 400K to 1.8M people a year have immigrated to the United States. Over the last 25 or so, it’s been about a million a year. That […]
I’ve been reading Robert Frost poems my whole life. There was a giant book of them on the dusty book shelf in my mother’s living room next to the record player, just […]
Be wary of those afraid of movement. Take notice of the fear that drives them. Walls are built by people who wish to keep what they have by staying still. Those in […]
I spent a summer some years back in the waterways near the northern end of San Francisco Bay, where the Napa River marshland meets up with Vallejo. The sloughs, as they’re called, […]
Dani Rodrik, the Turkish born Harvard Economist states that a nation may have two of the following three things: national sovereignty, democracy, or deep, global economic integration. It can have any combination […]
When you say the word Christian, do you mean your faith? Or do you mean your tribe? Let me ask that question in a different way. When you hear the word Christian, […]
What a historical look at immigration policy tells us about our national sense of fear.