Some links that may be worth reading are below. Note that linking is not the same as endorsing. I have some thoughts on each of these, but those are for another time.
- Human Trafficking: The Other Good Reason to Reform Immigration by Lewis M. Andrews, cover story on the November 2012 issue of The Freeman.
- Canadian Compassion Towards Refugees: A Case for Open Borders by David Clement on the Students For Liberty blog.
- Our Demographic Decline by Megan McArdle, discussing demographic decline in the United States and the pluses and minuses of immigration as a short-run fix (HT: commenter BK).
- Two blog posts by Arnold Kling that shed light on the differences between progressives, conservatives, and libertarians (from a US-centric perspective) and how this affects their take on immigration: here and here.
- Sheldon Adelson Buying Amnesty from GOP Establishment by Patrick Cleburne for VDARE.
- California Bay Area: Asians Are Now the Majority of Tech Workers by Brenda Walker on the Limits to Growth website.
- Life of an IT grunt, a blog with an interesting take on immigration and outsourcing in the information technology sector. This blog has led me to revise some aspects of my claim that academia and Silicon Valley are pro-immigration.