Monthly Archives: January 2013

Immigration Reform Shouldn’t Create a Permanent (Legal) Underclass

There will be plenty more to say about the incipient immigration reform effort as it moves from the general framework released today by eight bipartisan senators to (maybe!) actual legislation in the coming months. I’ve written before on the general … Continue reading

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Guns and Suicide

With a few exceptions, the president’s twenty-three executive actions on gun control were predictably mild, and you’d be forgiven for thinking that they’re unlikely to have a clear impact on gun crime rates, let alone do much of anything to … Continue reading

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