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How Christopher Hitchens Became an American Citizen (Or, a Case Study in the Need for Immigration Reform)
“The American bureaucracy very swiftly overcompensates for any bright-eyed immigrant delusions. Nihil humanum a me alienum puto, said the Roman poet Terence: ‘Nothing human is alien to me.’ The slogan of the old Immigration and Naturalization Service could have been the reverse: To us, no aliens are human. 805 more words
Michael Chertoff is an opinion worth heeding, so I would highly recommend reading through his comments on the dangers of mandatory crypto backdoors.
"Fraternity Of Failure": GOP Men And Women United By A Shared History Of Getting Everything Wrong, And Refusing To Admit It
Jeb Bush wants to stop talking about past controversies. And you can see why. He has a lot to stop talking about. But let’s not honor his wish. 805 more words
A $3.5-billion claim for damages by the Ambassador Bridge company against the Canadian government for alleged violations of the North American Free Trade Agreement has been rejected in Washington by a three-member tribunal. 502 more words