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  1. Exactly correct. This is what the Bordertarians get wrong.

    Just because the state steals from you and also claims unjust ownership to land does not give you just ownership to that land.

    If a thief steals your wallet, it does not mean the wallet he stole from someone else also rightfully belongs to you.

  2. Immediate fail. The infrastructure surely does belong to domestic tax payers. The money can’t be returned so the next step is to return the infrastructure back to the rightful owners. The schools are zoned into districts where property taxes are expropriated to fund said schools. These taxpayers of property taxes are the rightful owners of the school.

  3. […] Rachels, like Hoppe, considers himself highly rational. He makes convoluted arguments attempting to justify the use of some type of state institution against illegal immigrants. He also makes the preposterous claim that net taxpayers are the true owners of what is currently known as “public property” and thus should be able to restrict immigration throughout the United States. Again, John Hudak handles the argument: […]

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