I'm speaking this morning to the New Horizons Program at UAB--a lifelong education program for senior citizens--on immigration. My outline and bibliography are here. I'll discuss jobs, wages, culture, crime--and the eugenic origins of immigration restrictions. I'm also going to discuss terrorism. Commenters on my earlier posts about statistics and terrorism point out--correctly, given the probabilities--that a randomly-drawn Muslim is probably far, far more likely to be a terrorist than a randomly-drawn non-Muslim, but this (again) expresses the ratio of a very tiny number to an even tinier number. Those who urge us to look upon Muslims skeptically because "they might be terrorists" are seriously over-estimating the risk of terrorism.
I'll be showing Ben Powell's LearnLiberty video "Top Three Myths About Immigration:"
I might also show my first LearnLiberty "Trade is Made of Win" video if there's time: