Hungary's inflation hits 24.5 percent—the highest in the European Union—and Orbán's price controls aren't helping.
Floridians will bear the cost of DeSantis currying favor with immigration restrictionists.
Providing legal ways to work or seek protection in America is the only viable way to reduce illegal immigration.
Twenty Red States File Badly Flawed Lawsuit Seeking to Terminate Private Sponsorship Program for People Fleeing Socialism and Oppression in Four Latin American Nations
The flaws in the states' position are revealed by their own governors' statements about the evils of socialism and the crisis at the border.
Eleventh Circuit Becomes Second Federal Appellate Court to Strike Down Tax Mandate Condition in 2021 Covid Stimulus Bill
Like the Sixth Circuit before it, the Eleventh ruled that the requirement that states receiving stimulus money refrain from cutting taxes was never clearly authorized by Congress.
The U.S. remains the top destination for the world's immigrants—but it must be careful not to squander its immigration advantage.
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Western nations should adopt a general policy of granting refuge to Russians seeking to avoid conscription, and otherwise fleeing Vladimir Putin's increasingly repressive regime.
Elves need not apply.
The program differs in several ways from Uniting for Ukraine and other previous private migration sponsorship policies.
A new State Department initiative will let American citizens sponsor refugees fleeing danger.
The 2018 law criminalizes websites that "promote or facilitate" prostitution. Two of three judges on the panel pushed back against government claims that this doesn't criminalize speech.
The interview covers the Uniting for Ukraine program, the expansion of private refugee sponsorship to cover migrants from elsewhere, and various potential objections to these policies.
So many Cubans and Haitians arrived at once that Dry Tortugas National Park was forced to temporarily close.
Addressing Some Common Questions and Misconceptions About Uniting for Ukraine and Other Private Migrant Sponsorship Programs
Responses to some of the most common queries I have gotten.
Plus: a lightning round recollection of comical political fabulists
There's still much more to be done to establish fair and efficient processes at the border.
Biden Expands Uniting for Ukraine Private Refugee Sponsorship Model to Include up to 30,000 Migrants Per Month from Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti
The move is a step in the right direction. But it has limitations and is combined with harmful "border enforcement" measures.
Ignoring the Anti-McCarthy Faction's Avowed Goals, The New York Times Sees Only 'Chaos and Confusion'
The paper attributes the fight over the election of the next House speaker to "anti-establishment fervor" and a lust for "personal power."
It shouldn't be surprising that a misanthropic worldview like Paul Ehrlich's can be taken in xenophobic directions.
The article explains why the progam is a major improvement over previous policies, and how it can be further improved and made a model for refugee policy generally.
The Administration claims to want to end the policy. But, as Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell points out, it is actually expanding its use.
While other pandemic policies have ended, the migration measure has “outlived [its] shelf life,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote yesterday.
Supreme Court Issues Dubious Ruling that Perpetuates Title 42 "Public Health" Expulsions of Migrants
The decision doesn't actually require continuation of the policy, but will have that effect indirectly. Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissent explains why the Court was wrong to take this step.
The U.S. and the Holocaust condemns anti-refugee policies of the World War II era.
Cato Institute immigration policy expert Alex Nowrasteh dissects an important argument raised by restrictionist.
The employer had apparently threatened to do so as retaliation for the plaintiff's wage-and-hour violation claim.
Should Americans support nationalism? National Review's Rich Lowry debates the Cato Institute's Alex Nowrasteh.
A Government Accountability Office report last year documented hundreds of ICE actions involving potential U.S. citizens.
The first African team to make the World Cup semifinals wouldn't be there without help from foreign-born players.
With high job vacancies and a low birth rate, Germany is turning to the world to fill the holes in its economy.
Fixing federal permitting rules and easing immigration policies would help companies like the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which are interested in building more plants in America.
Such mistreatment is both unjust in itself and harmful to US economic and foreign policy interests.
There is much to criticize in Biden's record on immigration issues. But the administration has also made some major improvements.
The journalist has taken a great deal of flack—from both sides.
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Nationalism, not Hostility Towards Elites, is the Main Divide Between Libertarians and the "New Right"
Despite Tyler Cowen's argument for the elite theory, the real divisions have much more to do with the New Right's nationalism.
In sharp contrast to the sclerotic traditional refugee admissions program, the new private refugee sponsorship program enables Ukrainians fleeing war and repression to enter the US quickly and relatively easily. As a participating sponsor myself, I have firsthand knowledge of its effectiveness.
Thousands of tech workers are being laid off. That’s putting H-1B visa holders on tight timelines to find new work.
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