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Right of the Soil

Right of the Soil

One of the defining features of our society is its strange approach to citizenship. We live in the only major Western nation which operates under a policy of unrestricted jus soli, which means that individuals seeking to acquire American citizenship for their children need only birth them on United States soil in order to...
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From The Ashes (Baca House Fire)

From The Ashes (Baca House Fire)

Short of the death or illness of a loved one, or the passing of a beloved pet, it’s hard to conceive of something more traumatic than losing your house. To have to be confronted with 2 of those tragedies simultaneously is almost incomprehensible. Unfortunately, that’s what the Baca Family is facing after their family...
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Debating The World

Debating The World

Just a reminder that tomorrow night the Irish Exit will host Let’s Talk About Open Borders, a discussion of an issue that impacts us all. You can find out more about the event here, and purchase your tickets here. Is a borderless, multicultural society an atomized dystopia devoid of social capital?
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Beating Back The Wolf

Beating Back The Wolf

  Although it’s too late to participate in the Walk To End Lupus, which will take place later today in New York City, those of you who care deeply about this issue can still contribute to the cause. One of the main ways, of course, being education and outreach. The Lupus Foundation of America is a...
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Let’s Talk About Open Borders

Let’s Talk About Open Borders

Until recently, most people in Europe and the United States-at least, those of us who had grown up and lived our lives as citizens-gave little thought to national immigration policy. Unless you had a vested interest in the issue, either as an immigrant yourself or someone who profited from specific immigration policies, e.g. as...
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Walk To End Lupus

Walk To End Lupus

Next Saturday The Lupus Foundation of America will hold its annual walk in New York City. As most of you probably know, I care about this issue on a personal level and have tried to spread awareness of this disease to people who might not otherwise be aware of its impact upon society.
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Rebuild Fort Mac

Rebuild Fort Mac

  I think most of our readers know of my deep respect for the global brotherhood of firefighters. Not only because some of them were and are members of my extended family, whom I deeply love, but because of the courage it takes to perform their duties. They were, along with the Fukushima 50-the only...
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Fort Apache (Facing Off Against The May Day Mob)

Fort Apache (Facing Off Against The May Day Mob)

Tomorrow marks an annual rite of passage for open borders, Marxist demagogues. Their annual trek to Union Square to make it known how much they despise the capitalist system which provided them with their iPhone 6s and high-speed Internet hookups. Well, this year-as in years past-Joanna Marzullo and her compatriots in NY ICE will...
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Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Tomorrow is the book launch for Todd Seavey’s Libertarianism for Beginners, the first review of which you read here. It will be taking place at Muchmore’s, a cool bar in Williamsburg which has been host to similar events in the past. I hope to see you all-at least, those of you in the NYC...
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The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

Turkey’s historic brutality towards ethnic and religious minorities, particularly what was once a thriving, prosperous Armenian Christian community, is well known throughout the West. The notion that rational individuals with a basic historic awareness would be persuaded to accept Turkish revisionism and holocaust denial is absurd.  
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