Hostility toward migrants weakens our reaction to economic shocks

By Noah Berlatsky / October 3, 2022 /

It’s exacerbated a pandemic situation in which inflation and hiring crises in key industries create chaos and uncertainty.

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The problem isn’t that DeSantis is politicizing immigration. It’s that he’s depoliticizing it

By John Stoehr / September 26, 2022 /

Politics is how normal people can change the world.

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The color of migration policy around the world

By Richard Sudan / July 25, 2022 /

In short, the fairer you are, the better off you’ll be.

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ICE is spying on US citizens

By Richard Sudan / May 25, 2022 /

Explosive new report details the agency’s data dragnet.

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The leaders of the Democratic Party must be honest about the real effects of immigration

By Rod Graham / January 11, 2022 /

Everyone will not gain today, even if everyone may gain tomorrow.

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When will President Joe Biden stop pissing on migrants?

By Richard Sudan / December 22, 2021 /

But the responsibility doesn’t just rest on the shoulders of the government. Americans need to demand it.

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We’re deep into a cycle of political time that began with Ronald Reagan. It’s stinking and corrupt. When will it break? 

By John Stoehr / December 14, 2021 /

Elizabeth F. Cohen: “Immigration is always a good litmus test.”

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‘Law and order’ doesn’t mean keeping 10,000 Haitians out. It means letting them all in. It’s keeping them out that’s lawless

By John Stoehr / September 21, 2021 /

No, this isn’t about public health.

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Let’s be honest. The same barbarous migrant policies that characterized Trump’s tenure are operating at full speed in Biden’s

By Richard Sudan / September 14, 2021 /

Border policies should start with safeguarding human life.

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When it comes to treatment of Haitians, there’s little difference between Biden and Trump

By Richard Sudan / August 10, 2021 /

By sending them back to poverty, detainment, persecution or worse, the US forfeits the moral high ground regarding human rights.  

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