Some commenters objected that birth restrictions are very different from immigration restrictions. If I wanted to get cute I'd point out that Bryan never claimed the two cases were similar, indeed he never mentioned immigration …
When I dug into [Reason e-book] Humane and Pro-Growth, I realized that I had fallen behind in the immigration debate. Sure, I had read all of my [Econlog] co-blogger Bryan Caplan's excellent posts on immigration .
This 2000 talk (to some debaters) by my colleague Alex Tabarrok – brought to my attention by my colleague Bryan Caplan – deserves to be highlighted in its own post here at the Cafe. It's truly outstanding. Here's Alex's
Christian radio host Bryan Fischer waded into the recent discussion over immigration and “fertility” on Wednesday, saying liberals are behind reforming U.S. immigration laws out of concern over being outnumbered by natural
On Friday's radio program, Bryan Fischer attempted to make that case that African Americans ought to be opposed to any effort to reform the nation's immigration laws and grant a pathway to citizenship for those who are here …
From Dan Griswold, via Bryan Caplan: The typical foreign-born adult resident of the United States today is more likely to participate in the work force than the typical native-born American. According to the U.S
At the Cato Journal libertarian economist Bryan Caplan has a piece titled 'Why Should We Restrict Immigration ?' Being a libertarian who is somewhat conflicted on the immigration issue, I eagerly read Caplan's piece.