All of a sudden, Biden is the border hawk, not Trump

By John Stoehr / February 7, 2024 /

Trump got outplayed and doesn’t seem to know it.

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The cost to the GOP of ‘saying the quiet part out loud’ is clearer

By John Stoehr / February 2, 2024 /

Biden is taking advantage of the GOP’s inaction on the border.

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The Republicans say they care about ‘the crisis at the border.’ Why do we believe them?

By John Stoehr / February 1, 2024 /

They clearly don’t, so what do they really care about?

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We can’t enforce our way out of a child labor crisis

By Noah Berlatsky / March 8, 2023 /

A well-regulated labor market is needed, writes Noah Berlatsky.

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If there’s a ‘crisis at the border,’ it’s of the government’s making

By Mia Brett / January 18, 2023 /

No matter how you cross the border, you are not illegal. 

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Biden plans to beat up on brown people to get reelected

By John Stoehr / January 10, 2023 /

A signature trait of Democratic presidents.

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No, Texas can’t invoke the invasion clause

By Mia Brett / November 23, 2022 /

It’s politics, not a legal theory.

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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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