However one may feel about immigrants, both historical experience and an honest reading of the US Constitution makes it clear that the federal government is not, in fact, empowered to enforce immigration.
The recent sale of an invisible statue for £13,000 is symptomatic of the thoroughgoing financialization of our economy. Investors have become ever more obsessed with the symbols of economic reality and less concerned with underlying economic facts.
The United States has long supported the idea of secession and "self-determination" for some faraway colonies. But the US regime is careful to define self-determination so as to deny any chance of secession closer to home.
Free consumers and business owners always seek to cooperate in the marketplace. After all, "suppose there were no coming together, each individual dependent solely on his or her own thoughts and productivity…. All would starve!"
Henry Hazlitt’s second law is the observation that everything in Keynes's General Theory is either unoriginal or untrue. Keynes's theory of unemployment equilibrium is the most original aspect of his work.
The Federalists employed all the tricks: from delaying the postal delivery of Antifederalists' pamphlets to waging a propaganda war in the press. The Federalists also did their best to limit suffrage only to groups likely to vote for ratification.