Mitch Daniels, President of Purdue University, writes in the Washington Post that the United States should take in not just an arbitrary number of Ukrainian refugees but rather every last one with a desire to come here.


He was already well up in years when I first met him. A distinguished professor of economics at a nearby university, he had offered his advisory services to a young Senate candidate, Richard G. Lugar, who would become one of the nation’s great statesmen over nearly four decades. In a delightful Eastern European accent that I wasn’t cosmopolitan enough to identify exactly, Janos Horvath would dissect and explain plainly inflation, oil crises, stagflation and other dreary, complex phenomena, somehow always with a twinkle and a smile.