Personal statements by current and former regular bloggers
||Link collection and internal structuring of the site begins in the head of site founder Vipul Naik
|March 9, 2012
||The domain openborders.info is registered by Vipul Naik, and site pages start getting created.
|March 16, 2012
||The website launches officially, and Bryan Caplan blogs about it.
|March 18, 2012
||First blog post: Why was immigration freer in 19th century USA? by Vipul Naik
|April 3, 2012
||Nathan Smith joins the blog, with his first blog post Hong Kong: City of Immigrants.
|April 25, 2012
||Alex Nowrasteh joins the blog (as a venue for republishing posts written for other venues). His first blog post: Economic Judgment on Arizona’s Immigration Law.
|October 11, 2012
||John Lee joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing John Lee and here’s John Lee’s first post: “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”.|
|November 2, 2012
||Chris Hendrix joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Chris Hendrix and here’s Chris Hendrix’s first post: The Native Americans and Open Borders.|
|January 24, 2013
||Joel Newman joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Joel Newman and here’s Joel Newman’s first post: The Administration’s Deferred Action Policy: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?.|
|February 4, 2013
||Adam Gurri joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Adam Gurri and here’s Adam Gurri’s first post: The Case of Detroit.|
|February 19, 2013
||Grieve Chelwa joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Grieve Chelwa and here’s Grieve Chelwa’s first post: South Africa in the open borders debate.|
|April 9, 2013
||John Roccia joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing John Roccia and here’s John Roccia’s first blog post: A Voice for Immigrants – Could it be Dan Mitchell?
|April 26, 2013
||Shaun Raviv’s article about open borders (the cause and the website) appears in the online version of The Atlantic: If People Could Immigrate Anywhere, Would Poverty Be Eliminated?
|May 12, 2013
||Sebastian Nickel joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Sebastian Nickel and here’s Sebastian Nickel’s first post: Moral Relevance of Countries Bleg.
|May 18, 2013
||Michael Carey joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Michael Carey and here’s Michael Carey’s first blog post: Zen and the Art of Opening Borders.
|June 8, 2013
||Evan joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Evan and here’s Evan’s first blog post: The “Health Tolls” of Immigration (And Why They Don’t Matter All that Much)
|June 17, 2013
||Paul Crider joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Paul Crider and here’s Paul Crider’s first blog post: A Biblical Frame for Immigration Liberalization.
|July 16, 2013
||David Bennion joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing David Bennion and here’s David Bennion’s first blog post: How Undocumented Organizers Can Lead the Way to Open Borders.
|July 25, 2013
||Ryan P. Long joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Ryan P. Long and here’s Ryan P. Long’s first blog post: Immigration And Property Rights.
|July 26, 2013
||Hansjörg Walther joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Hansjörg Walther and here’s Hansjörg Walther’s first blog post: Did Open Borders Change the Course of World History?.
|November 7, 2013
||The Open Borders Logo Contest winner is announced.
|February 20, 2014
||Michelangelo Landgrave joins the blog. Here’s a blog post introducing Michelangelo Landgrave and here’s Michelangelo Landgrave’s first blog post
|March 16, 2014
||The first Open Borders Day is celebrated.
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