Americans have developed a nasty habit of inviting the state into people's lives for tiny offenses. Here are three ways to turn back the tide.
"If people are offended by his shirt—that's their right to be offended," said the student's attorney, state Rep. Mike McLane. "But it's also his right to have his opinion."
From falling birthrates to labor shortages, if you want to make America great again, the economic case for opening borders has never been stronger.
Forget Yanni vs. Laurel. Donald Trump's latest controversy gets at the heart of what divides us.
He is questioning the legitimacy of private violence against women as valid grounds for asylum
From ripping families apart to nominating a torture-enabler as CIA director, the administration is calling the GOP's bluff,
Reason editors argue.
I am reposting my 2016 post on this subject, on the occasion of Kevin Walsh's guest-blogging stint addressing the same issue.
Unemployment is down, but low- and high-skilled immigrants can't get in.
The president hopes that forcibly separating parents from their kids will deter illegal entry.
Don't believe the falsehoods peddled by Trump and Sessions.
It's all about the Constitution.
They are crying for baby Alfie in England but ignoring the plight of families being separated at the border
Maybe she'll move to Mexico if he implements a guest worker program
Because nothings says "rule of law" like a sheriff held in contempt for refusing to follow a judge's orders.
More undocumented immigration meant less violent crime.
Does their commitment to family values stop at the Rio Grande's edge?
This forthcoming article discusses how we can massively expand economic opportunity by making it easier for people to "vote with their feet," both domestically and through international migration.
The justices' comments in the oral argument suggest this will be a close case that could easily go either way. The outcome could well turn on the views of that perennial swing voter, Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Giving the government blanket power to check the Bill of Rights at the border won't serve the interests of citizens or immigrants
Prof. Michael Mannheimer and I have coauthored an op ed explaining why the Bill of Rights limits federal power over immigration, and renders Trump's travel ban unconstitutional.