Tag: Human Rights Violations
Just How Bad Has Post-9/11 America Become? Some Insights from Eritrea

By Christopher J. Coyne and Abigail R. Hall Eritrea, a small African country east of Sudan and north of Ethiopia, is probably not a place you would like to visit, let alone reside. A small country with a population of about six million, Eritrea is incredibly poor, with a 2013 GDP per capita of...
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The U.S.’s Nazi Imports

A Florida appeals panel recently upheld an order to deport General Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova. A former defense minister of El Salvador, Casanova is accused of gross human rights violations, including the 1980 murder of three nuns and a missionary. He was granted entry into the United States in 1989. Now, a unit of the U.S. Immigration...
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