Tag Archives: immigration

The deep moral question: “Do you stick your neck out?”

Two from the Times today link to my essays about Casablanca and Aristides de Sousa Mendes–who did stick his neck out. Will anyone in our so-called government have the moral strength to do the same? ICE courthouse arrests and deportations … Continue reading

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Austria’s anti-face-covering law snags a shark…mascot

Source: Posts from Lowering the Bar for 10/12/2017 It’s about sharks and shark mascots and shark masks and an Austrian law. We are all forgiven if the masks and mascot references are confusing. But my confusion did not extend to … Continue reading

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The sanest, clearest, most factual information about immigration

Source: The Danger From Low-Skilled Immigrants: Not Having Them – The New York Times Whenever Eduardo Porter has a piece in the Times, I read it. He is the only economics writer whom I always read. I have trouble understanding … Continue reading

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