Tag: immigration

Immigration as Social Engineering: A Brief History

A Brief Overview of Early Immigration Laws in the United States Christopher Boies In modern America, we typically think of discriminatory laws as being a thing of the past. We lament the evils of the past such as slavery and segregation and celebrate the abolition of those institutions and the laws, which allowed them to…

Analyzing the Effects of CBP’s Family Separation Policy

Since our last post about the Department of Homeland Security’s family separation policy, DHS has revealed that almost 2,000 children were separated from their families at the southern border of the United States during the six-week period between April 19 and May 31, 2018. Since then, the world has seen photos of some of the…