This week on Policy Pizza, we hooked up with Daniel Di Martino, founder of the Dissident Project, to chat about the rise in socialism in the US and what he is doing to fight back.

He also gave us the basics of the economics of immigration: how high-skilled immigration is a win for the United States and what bureaucratic barriers stand in the way of supercharging our legal immigration system to catapult the nation into even greater heights of prosperity. And there’s no better place to discuss immigration reform than in NYC, a city forever linked in our collective subconscious to the American ideals of growth and opportunity.

A special thanks to John’s Pizzeria in Times Square.