Jack Chin looks at different constitutional paths to a federal power over immigration.
Ilya Somin says the U.S. Constitution contains no federal power to restrict immigration.
Does the Constitution grant the federal government a power over immigration? If so, how, and what are its limits?
James McAndrews warns that clever ways of catching criminals may leave the poor behind.
Joshua R. Hendrickson talks about how to make high-denomination notes that discourage crime and reward lawful behavior.
William J. Luther says it matters a lot more than we might realize.
William J. Luther argues that we shouldn't tax currency at all. We should modestly reward holding it, through a bit of deflation.
Joshua R. Hendrickson says maybe they don't.