Dan Stein, President of The Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR), has cited my latest article in The American Spectator on his blog.
I write about Assistant Secretary of State for Homeland Security for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton's criticism of the Arizona immigration law. Morton states the Arizona law is not "good government." Yet the Arizona law clearly states that if a law enforcement official has a reasonable suspicion about a person's immigration status that it is incumbent upon them to contact ICE's 24-hour hotline to answer that question. How exactly is this practice a breach of "good government"?
This article should also soon be available on IC's main site.
UPDATE: The article is now up.