Contrary to popular belief, ideas can in fact be killed. And that reality has important implications for how we should handle various conflicts, including those involving Israel and Ukraine.
The Senate's $95 billion aid bill would only throw more good money after bad.
Survey finds growing acceptance of civilian firearms among the country’s population.
Canada Reverses Blocking of Citizenship for Russian Migrant Convicted of "Crime" of Speaking Out Against Russian Atrocities in Ukraine
Good that sanity prevailed on this issue.
Canadian Immigration Officials Block Citizenship Grant for Russian Immigrant Because She Was Convicted of the "Crime" of Speaking Out Against Russia's War of Aggression Against Ukraine
If the absurd decision stands, she could potentially be deported back to Russia, where she faces an 8-year prison sentence.
They should take this wise and just step sooner rather than later.
The analogy between Russia's invasion of Ukraine and illegal migration to the US is nonsensical. And many of the GOP's demands are intended to make legal migration more difficult, a policy likely to actually increase the illegal kind.
The $300 billion in frozen Russian state assets in Western nations could fund a large part of Ukraine's defense.
Americans are likely to be blamed no matter what happens.
Admitting students to America as refugees provides resettlement in America, overcoming the need for an F-1 visa and the challenge of travel documents.
The justifications for backing Israel's struggle also apply in spades to Ukraine's.
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My New "The Hill" Article on Dubious Lawsuit Challenging Immigration Parole Program for Migrants Fleeing Socialism, Oppression, and Violence in Four Latin American Nations
The case was filed by 20 red states seeking to dismantle the CNVH program extending the successful Uniting for Ukraine policy to migrants fleeing Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti.
The journalist and podcast host on foreign policy, democracy, and habitual law breaking by the NSA, CIA, and FBI
Legislators abuse the emergency label to push through spending that would otherwise violate budget constraints.
Only Vivek Ramaswamy and Gov. Ron DeSantis said they wouldn't support additional aid to Ukraine. But both argued we should be more militarily engaged against China and Mexico.
This measure will enable Ukrainians in the US to live and work here legally until April 19, 2025. It's a step in the right direction, but Congress still needs to pass an adjustment act giving them permanent residency.
Should the U.S. continue to bankroll the counteroffensive?
Amicus Brief Defending Legality of Immigration Parole Program for Migrants Fleeing Socialism, Oppression, and Violence in Four Latin American Nations
The program extends the successful Uniting for Ukraine policy to migrants fleeing Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti.
The chance of open U.S.-Russia conflict really would increase if Ukraine were admitted to NATO.
Progressive Democrats' opposition to sending cluster bombs to Ukraine is welcome. Their arguments apply to much of the military aid the U.S. is sending the country.
Participants included Prof. Adam Cox (NYU), David Bier (Cato), Kit Taintor (Welcome.US), and myself.
Feudal-style squabbling with the control of nuclear weapons at stake.
A leading US expert on Russia advocates outreach to Putin's Russian opponents and encouraging emigration from Russia. The best way to encourage Russians to leave is to allow more of them to come to the West.
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World Refugee Day is a Good Time to Consider Expanding the Ridiculously Narrow Legal Definition of "Refugee"
The definition excludes a vast range of people fleeing horrific violence and oppression.
The bill would grant permanent residency rights to many thousands of Ukrainians who have entered the US since 2014. But its exact scope is unclear.
The bipartisan legislation would grant permanent residency and work rights to some 400,000 refugees from Venezuela's brutal socialist dictatorship.
There’s no neat and clean way to fight a war, even for victims of aggression.
Participants include Prof. Adam Cox (NYU), David Bier (Cato), Kit Taintor (Welcome.US), and myself.
Projections of huge savings are making the rounds. Nothing could be further from the truth.
More Evidence that Biden's Private Sponsorship Migrant Parole Policy Reduced Illegal Migration by Making the Legal Kind Easier
A new study by the conservative Manhattan Institute concludes that the expansion of private sponsorship parole to migrants from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela has reduced illegal migration across the southern border by about 98,000 per month.