What is the function of a border?

What purpose does a border of a nation serve?

Plainly stated, a border marks where a nation’s laws and the enforcement of those laws begins and ends.  Borders also convey the sovereignty of a republic – what the people of a nation will be protected as “theirs” against invaders of all description: those that seek to do both physical harm, economic harm, or psychological harm to the people of this nation. 

In today’s episode, Michael O’Fallon delves into the ideology behind the creation of the border crisis and mass, unvetted, unchecked immigration.

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