I've recently finished listening to the first two episodes of the martyr made podcast. What I found was a balanced approach to understanding the creation of zionism and the state of Israel. It's my hope that others with a more biased opinion either for or against Israel will take the time to try and understand the complex nature behind what happened and how the current state of affairs has been created.
Open borders. I understand the fears, but if you're going to solve an issue you don't lock it behind a wall and pass it on to the next generation to handle. But I do agree the state should not be handing out welfare. If economics plays a role in migration, then let's remove as much incentive as possible from those that just want a hand out.
For decades, Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973) was the leading spokesman for the Austrian school of economics. An advocate of free markets and a critic of government interference, he stood for peaceful and voluntary cooperation. Whenever possible, he spoke out for individual freedom.
I'm a married father of twins with autism and I converted to Atheism and Voluntarism all within a year. It's been a challenge with family and friends to say the least, but it has been very enlightening. I also have an interest in fish keeping and currently I'm caring for some CA Cichlids and bichirs.