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Immigration: European Union Learns What America Never Could

Refugees signing up for potential jobs at a center in Warsaw.Credit...Maciek Nabrdalik for The New York Times
Refugees signing up for potential jobs at a center in Warsaw.Credit...Maciek Nabrdalik for The New York Times

Europe is finally figuring out what Americans forgot 50 years ago.
Refugees, migrants, and immigrants are good for the economy, especially during a labor shortage. Countries are even waiving visa requirements.
The European Union may have learned something from watching how America has never directly tackled its own border and broken immigration systems.

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Rodney Davis: Embodiment of Establishment Elitism

Rep. Rodney Davis in Havana at Babe's

I doubt it’ll be that easy to ignore the real challenges and frustrations that voters have in every single community in our district, which is exactly what Rep. Davis is doing by huddling in private luncheons and wineries in hushed isolation from the people he answers to and seeks to represent.

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27 February 2022

No Time for Rubber Spines with Putin

The Atlantic

I don’t understand these American sentiments against our own national security and economy. These new Republican talking points from talking heads seem alien to me.

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High Price of Gas: Solutions or Anger Only?

The politicians that focus on stoking anger and anxiety in voters about gas prices seek to bring out the worst in us.

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