Conflating these issues only serves to make the debate over U.S. immigration policy more toxic and stupid than it already is.
Plus: A listener question concerning the key to a libertarian future—should we reshape current systems or rely upon technological exits like bitcoin and encryption?
Can Americans afford to welcome the huddled masses?
More than four months after President Joe Biden declared the pandemic to be over, the White House is fighting efforts to lift lingering and nonsensical COVID rules.
Providing legal ways to work or seek protection in America is the only viable way to reduce illegal immigration.
The country just gave almost 2 million Venezuelans a pathway to citizenship.
Is COVID-19 bringing the mythology of America as a nation of immigrants to an end? Q&A with The New York Times' Jia Lynn Yang
The George Mason economist partnered with Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal's Zach Weinersmith to offer a thoughtful look at immigration policy in comic form.
Immigration is just like free trade.
A country that committed the original sin of slavery to forcibly bring foreign labor to America should not be going to such draconian lengths to throw voluntary foreign labor out of America.
Historian Daniel Okrent looks back at the bigoted "intellectual justification" for anti-immigration policies.
Historian Daniel Okrent's new book, The Guarded Gate, recounts the history of bigotry, eugenics, and the "intellectual justification" of anti-immigration policies.
"If your point is, open the borders, my god, there's a lot of poverty in this world and you're going to have people from all over."
Liberty is not divisible. The rights of immigrants and Americans are inextricably linked.
America is not under siege.
Ben Powell and Mark Krikorian debate immigration policy at the Soho Forum.
The major political parties both push policies that endanger our most basic liberties.
This week will test if Rep. McCaul's strategy of restrictionist appeasement and border security first is politically viable
Nativist demands to deport kids appeal neither to America's humanity nor to its commitment to limited government.
A relatively borderless world that allows free movement of people will be more tolerant, because immigrants carry with them their own antidote to "prejudice."