Who cares if it’s legal if it generates politically advantageous outrage and attention?
Some states that do not border Mexico have sought to play a role in immigration policy.
GOP governors' ploy highlights the value of giving states the power to issue their own migration visas. It can simultaneously ease labor shortages, reduce disorder at the border, enable more migrants to escape poverty and oppression, and help restore the original meaning of the Constitution.
A live Reason discussion about how libertarians should think about the country's most controversial governor.
Texas Sheriff Opens Criminal Investigation Into Migrants 'Lured Under False Pretenses' to Martha's Vineyard
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It’s a terrible ruling that misunderstands years of First Amendment precedents. And it’s increasingly likely that the Supreme Court will have to intervene.
Spending Down $12 Million in Pandemic Relief Money on an Immigration Stunt Isn't 'Responsible Fiscal Policy'
Ron DeSantis paid for the Martha's Vineyard migrant flights through interest earned on American Rescue Plan money, which he's said was designed "to bail out the poorly governed states.”
What differentiates national conservatives from some other right-wing varietals is the desire to use government to destroy their enemies.
They mandate occupation of private property without the consent of the owner.
The governor flew dozens of Venezuelans to Martha's Vineyard at taxpayer expense, even though they fled a regime he says "is responsible for countless atrocities."
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Marco Rubio, Who Last Month Said Abortion Regulation Should Be Left to the States, Endorses a Federal Ban
The senator's avowed devotion to federalism is no match for his political ambitions.
The state's Republican administration comes out against property rights and local control.
The senator from Florida calls for tariffs on imported fruits and vegetables.
By forcing kids to learn from home, teachers unions did more to promote the need for radical K-12 education reform than a million activists.
Record numbers of Cubans are arriving in the United States as the communist nation struggles economically.
Ron DeSantis Touted the Arrest of 20 People for Illegally Voting. Some Say They Were Told They Were Eligible.
The messy rollout of a constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to felons is now creating more felony crimes.
Dennis Misigoy is unsparing in his criticism of both Rubio and likely Democratic nominee Val Demings.
Nikki Fried hopes to challenge Gov. Ron DeSantis, who agrees with her on guns and weed.
The court ruled - correctly - that the law violates the First Amendment.
Ban on mandatory training of certain race topics “is a naked viewpoint-based regulation on speech.”
The case shows the power given to judges when parental consent or notification is required for a minor's abortion.
Former state attorney Andrew Warren says DeSantis unconstitutionally retaliated against him for his opinions, not any actions he had taken.
A Florida woman has been threatened with fines for giving tips without the proper occupational licensing.
After the former president dismissed the allegation as a "hoax," multiple sources now report that investigators found top secret and classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
The Spanish text contains inaccurate translations of technical tax language and direct translations of phrases like "school resource officers," which could confuse voters.
The Justice Department says that policy is rational and consistent with the right to keep and bear arms.
Tampa top prosecutor Andrew Warren pledged to not prosecute women seeking abortions and those pursuing gender-affirming health care.
For trips shorter than six days, vaccinated passengers will no longer need to obtain a negative test result before boarding.
If Newsom wants to pick a fight with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, he should try a different topic.
America’s experiment with strongman politics may turn out to be blessedly brief.
Florida's governor has declared a regulatory war on one of the state's biggest employers. But it's the taxpayers who may ultimately pay the price.
Associate Editor Liz Wolfe discusses the political and economic fortunes of both Austin and Miami, plus potential reasons these pastures might not always be greener.
Three Florida companies are suing in federal court for the right to discuss diversity and inclusion concepts in workplace trainings.
A new directive could impose a hefty financial burden on state taxpayers and reduce community trust toward police.
They shot and killed a man they were trying to evict. Doesn’t the public have the right to know who they are?
Plus: Are political parties the ideal vessel for advancing libertarian principles?