Category Archives: Books

Advocates gearing up to challenge tough new DHS rules on deportation

By Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald Immigration lawyers have already begun taking steps to challenge the … Continue reading

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How ‘Border Adjustment’ Poisons Tax Reform

By Phil Gramm The House’s 20% import fee is political industrial policy that will convulse … Continue reading

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Trump Border Wall Faces Challenges in Southwest States

By Dan Frosch, WSJ New Mexico measure barring federal government from acquiring state land is … Continue reading

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Memo to President Trump: Mexico helps make the Texas economy first

By Mitchell Schnurmanm, Dallas Morning News The Texas economy is already pretty great, and Mexico … Continue reading

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The GOP is at its peak, but conservatism has hit rock bottom

By Michael Gerson  It is one of fate’s cruel jokes that conservatism should be at … Continue reading

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In Texas, lawmakers don’t mess with employers of undocumented workers

by Jay Root, Texas Tribune For all their condemnations of illegal immigration, Texas lawmakers — … Continue reading

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Why localities, cities, and states may adopt community policing under Trump

  Fact Sheet: Several hundred state and local police departments across the country have enacted … Continue reading

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Record 15 million Texans registered to vote

by Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune Texas has a record-breaking 15 million people registered to vote … Continue reading

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Men Without Work

Paperback ISBN: 978-1599474694 Price: $12.95 Publisher: Templeton Press Available September 5, 2016 Buy the Book … Continue reading

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Blueprint for America: Trade and Immigration: Facts v. Fiction

Scholars at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University—professors, thinkers, and practitioners of global renown in … Continue reading

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