The legal battle over immigration, federalism, and executive power heats up.
Apparently, conservatives believe in states' rights, except when they don't.
Trump Wins Second Circuit Case Against Sanctuary Cities, in Ruling that Goes Against Broad Consensus of other Court Decisions
The decision allows the Justice Department to impose immigration enforcement conditions on federal grants to state governments, and goes against numerous other court decisions striking down the exact same policy.
In between Trump's restrictionism and Democrats' Medicare-for-all-undocumented enthusiasm lies a party basically unified behind mass immigration without welfare.
The justices heard oral arguments this week in United States v. Sineneng-Smith.
The company cited a recent federal memo clarifying that agents are expected to obey the Constitution.
What’s at stake in United States v. Sineneng-Smith.
Raíces Venezolanas, or Venezuelan Roots, gives household items and a heavy dose of moral support to immigrant families showing up in South Florida.
Other possible legal challenges to Trump's expanded travel ban may be precluded by the Supreme Court's ruling in Trump v. Hawaii. This one is not.
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My 2008 article on this subject is now available on SSRN.
The new lawsuits against the state of New Jersey and King County, Washington have many of the same constitutional flaws as the administration's other efforts to to target sanctuary cities.
A Harvard study's findings show how not to fight the restrictionist disinformation campaign.
The courts may not strike it down. But it remains both illegal and deeply unjust.
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In which the Board of Immigration Appeals decides it can ignore appellate court rulings and is nearly held in contempt.
E-Verify makes life harder on immigrants who want to work, but it doesn't make things better for anyone—-even those who want to see those immigrants leave.
The Trump administration is trying to make it harder for pregnant women to enter the country as tourists since they might give birth while here.
The Trump Administration Wants To Deport an Iraqi Refugee for Being an Islamic State Terrorist. The Only Problem? He's Not.
Sending Omar Ameen back to Iraq will likely result in his execution, and the case against him doesn't make sense. The Trump administration is fighting to do it anyway.
It will be published by Oxford University Press in April.
Canada and Australia are scooping up the talent that America is spurning.
A new dump of emails shed light on Miller's agenda and motivations
Congress and President Trump should use 2020 to craft more sane policies on trade, immigration, and the budget.
The new memoir Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race is a powerful personal statement and national call to arms.
Adultery and prostitution outweigh spousal and child abuse in USCIS guidelines, but ultimately the call is made on a case-by-case basis.
The human cost of border enforcement
If a case warrants an expedited appeal, the Justice Department should act like it.
Some students even left legitimate universities to enroll. Now they're being deported.
The reform could help formalize immigrant farm labor.
A Corbyn Victory Would Kill Brexit, Lead to Venezuelan-Style Socialism, Says E.U. Member of Parliament Daniel Hannan
The Brexit architect explains what the media got wrong about Brexit, the rise of "Bannonism and Bernie-ism," and what went wrong in Venezuela.
Judge Bybee's concurrence in decision rejecting challenge to "public charge" rule raises concerns about Congress's abdication of responsibility on immigration policy.
One of Brexit's architects says leaving the EU is a victory for free trade and decentralization and warns that a Corbyn victory will destroy the U.K.'s future.
The case for offering victims of our foreign policy a chance to get out and start over.
Trump said mountain climbers couldn't scale his wall. All it takes is a ladder and some rope.
The George Mason economist partnered with Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal's Zach Weinersmith to offer a thoughtful look at immigration policy in comic form.
Scott Warren of No More Deaths was acquitted on two charges of harboring illegal immigrants.