A View On Borders, And The Migrants Between Them — The Out And Abouter

Not only can Paul Duncan write superb satire at his blog The Out and Abouter, it turns out that he can also defend the desirability for humane immigration policies in a most compelling narrative. I share these values and the concern over the inequities he describes.

This isn’t satire. One of the topics this site most frequently satirizes is the movement of people across international borders. Specifically, I do this from an angle that pokes at the anger and fear with which some citizens of Western nations greet or discuss those who would join their countries to try to build a […]

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2 Responses to A View On Borders, And The Migrants Between Them — The Out And Abouter

  1. jane tims says:

    A very good article. I liked his comment that only the rich leave home for fun. As for me, I am for diversity. Anything that gets us there is great by me. I think how many of us forget that we are all immigrants … my people mostly came here from the US. It would be hypocrisy to deny others the advantages I have had.

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