Trump Does Not Need Alligators in Moats for a Draconian Anti-Immigration Crackdown—He's Already Outdoing Ike's Harsh 'Operation Wetback'
Trump admires one of the darkest chapters in America's deportation history.
My New "Atlantic" Article Making the Case for Abolishing Constitutional Double Standards in Immigration Law
The article explains why we should do away with legal doctrines that largely exempt immigration restrictions from constitutional constraints that apply to virtually every other exercise of government power.
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Trump Wanted Snipers and Electrified Spikes to Defend Border Moat Full of Alligators and Snakes, Says New Report
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The Commission on Human Rights is likely running afoul of the First Amendment.
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Confidential DHS Report Found ICE Kept 'Alarming' Number of Mentally Ill Detainees in Solitary Confinement
A previously confidential DHS report found "inhumane" use of solitary confinement against mentally ill detainees at an ICE detention center.
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Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City all have some easily identifiable management problems.
Boat Company and Border Officials Tell Different Stories About Rejection of Dorian-Displaced Bahamians
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Their main purpose is to stick it to immigrants working for Uncle Sam overseas
Authorities questioned Ismael Ajjawi for eight hours at Logan Airport. Then they revoked his student visa.
Jason Andrew McGilvray will resign from the federal agency.
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A disturbing picture of a president willfully condoning not only the use of eminent domain to seize private land from Americans for a pet project, but also suggesting—perhaps ordering—his underlings to violate laws in pursuit of that objective.
"I want her to come here to take care of me. Because I need her," she said.
Government incompetence made an innocent man spend months in jail and lose both of his jobs.
The ex-congressman and talk show host thinks he can save the Republican Party.
Ex-Sheriff and Failed Senate Candidate Joe Arpaio Announces He Will Run for Maricopa County Sheriff Again
Arpaio lost his re-election bid in 2016 and was later convicted of criminal contempt by a federal judge.
An open immigration policy means letting people from anywhere work for whatever amount they want.
The idea has some flaws, but would be a major improvement over the status quo. It also has much in common with a proposal for state-issued visas promoted by two Republican members of Congress in 2017.
ProPublica’s Dara Lind on how the president’s workplace raids affect consumers, employers, and immigrants.
The Rhode Island attorney general and state police are investigating a video of a correctional officer driving through a wave of protesters.
Mississippi ICE Raids Highlight Glaring Weakness With E-Verify, Immigration Restrictionists' Favorite Big Government Program
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Israel's decision to bar two US members of Congress from entering the country is part of a much broader problem. Many nations, including the US, have similar policies. Here's why such restrictions should be abolished.
The Trump Administration's New "Public Charge" Rule is a Plan to Cut Immigration, not Reduce Burdens on the Welfare State
Helpful analyses by David Bier of the Cato Institute and Reason's Shikha Dalmia explain why.
Only wealthy immigrants will have a clear shot at being admitted or staying.
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The end of political privacy and the politicization of everything
If You Oppose Punishing and Deporting Undocumented Workers, You Should Also Oppose Punishing Employers that Hire Them
Punishing employers is unjust for many of the same reasons as punishing the workers. And doing so harms the workers, too.
Trump's incendiary rhetoric and selective law enforcement is encouraging anti-immigrant violence.
The concerns I expressed about her record on property rights when I testified at her 2009 confirmation hearing were justified. But she has compiled an admirable record on several other issues.
ICE has already released 300 of 680 detainees, some on "humanitarian grounds."
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The president offers the worst of both worlds.
Plus: the trouble with "national conservatism," the decline of the mortgage interest deduction, and more...
The El Paso shooter's combination of anti-capitalism, bigotry, and xenophobic nationalism highlights the dangers of zero-sum thinking on left and right. His worldview resembles that of the perpetrator of a similar attack in New Zealand earlier this year. Sadly, these ideas are not confined to a few extremists.
Plus: A second shooting in Dayton leaves 9 dead, dozens injured.
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In a testy exchange about immigration, the former vice president argued that Trump alone was the problem.
An ACLU lawsuit argues that the government is using minor criminal histories to take children from their parents.
They are letting President Trump's bogus anti-immigration narrative dominate their conversation
It's a win for Trump; but only on procedural grounds. The broader legal battle over the wall is far from over.