Butterflies have always had wings; people have always had legs. While history is marked by the hybridity of human societies & the desire for movement, the reality of most of migration today reveals the unequal relations between rich & poor, between North and South, between whiteness and its others.
Once upon a time there were two countries, at war with each other. In order to make peace after many years of conflict, they decided to build a bridge across the ocean.But because they never learned each other’s language properly, they could never agree on the details, so the two halves of the bridge they...
We want to establish the best of ties to protect our joint borders and combat terrorism,
Once a friend, always a friend. Why should borders stop that?
We can control our borders, we just choose not too.
When I had it done in 1974, I didn’t think it would be the epidemic it is right now. It’s absolutely inexcusable. Personally I think it borders on child abuse. You get a parent that sees a kid that has pretty good ability and will hire coaches. They’ll train year-round and then they’ll wonder why...
Like other discriminatory legislation in our country’s history, immigration laws define and differentiate legal status on the basis of arbitrary attributes. Immigration laws create unequal rights. People who break immigration laws don’t cause harm or even potential harm (unlike, for example, drunk driving, which creates the potential for harm even if no accident occurs). Rather,...
Borders is extremely popular. They have become a great gathering place.
The hardening of the borders makes people far less likely to make that trek more than once. They’re integrated into families. They have children born here and sometimes legal spouses. (The House bill) would have a profound effect on American families.
The only true borders lie between the universe and parallel universes.
There are no clear borders, Only merging invisible to the sight.
President Bush speaks of a Palestinian state (with) the June 1967 borders. Sharon is repeating what he said a year ago, the old stuff, the broken record of a long-term interim solution, 40 percent of the West Bank and 70 percent of the Gaza Strip. This will not fly.
The more rigid and exclusive one makes the border between philosophy and theology, the more that distinction itself has to fall on the side of theology, and the more inaccessible that very distinction becomes to philosophy
No one should use this convention to close their borders to a whole host of products.
You can only exceed your limits if you’ve discovered them.