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The Myth of the Border Crisis

Read this New York Times Editorial in which Veronica Escobar, the El Paso County Judge, tries to provide a counterpoint to the hysteria we’re hearing from politicians–Democrat and Republican–about immigration, enforcement, and the current refugee situation on our Southern Border.

Media And Commentary

Boko Haram Edges Closer to 'Home' While Chibok Girls Gradually Become Invisible Children!

A hundred days following the abduction of over 270 young girls by the militant terrorist group, Boko Haram, came and passed a few days ago with very little mention by the major news outlets. 539 more words

Africa

McCandless and Into the Wild

I enjoy participating the Secret Santa exchanges conducted by Reddit. This year I participated in the Arbitrary Day exchange and received an awesome gift of carabineers for climbing and two books by Jon Krakauer. 727 more words

Books

Making the case for free movement in the European Union

Free movement of workers is one of the founding pillars of the Single Market and, by extension, of the European Union. Free movement of citizens then followed in the 1990s, much supported by the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) during the past decade. 1,104 more words

EU