Bob Barr versus Chuck Baldwin on Immigration -- Part 2 of 2 -- Video

G. Stolyarov II
Issue CLXXI - August 26, 2008
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Mr. Stolyarov delves further into his critique of Chuck Baldwin’s position on immigration, which will, if implemented, result in a massive expansion of government and a centralization of power in the United States. Dr. Baldwin claims, sincerely, to be an advocate of the United States Constitution. But many of the measures he proposes to limit immigration have no constitutional authorization whatsoever. Furthermore, they will undermine the sovereignty of private enterprise and the ability of local and state governments to check the power of the federal government. While Baldwin’s understanding of liberty in many other realms is good, Mr. Stolyarov believes that such an understanding is lacking in Baldwin’s proposals regarding immigration.

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