"Ms. Malkin has done the singular service of breaking the academic single-note scholarship on a critical subject, cutting through a shabby, stultifying consensus to reveal how, 'given what was known and not known at the time,' President Roosevelt and his staff did the right thing.
"She correctly concludes that, especially in time of war, governments should take into account nationality, ethnicity, and religious affiliation in their homeland security policies and engage in what she calls 'threat profiling.' These steps may entail bothersome or offensive measures but, she argues, they are preferable to 'being incinerated at your office desk by a flaming hijacked plane.'"
I've added a handful of immigration-related posts to Internet128.com over the last few days, listed here more or less in order of importance. Looking at them, it strikes me that just about every one of them is but an echo of preeminent immigration-observer Joe Guzzardi's warnings.
[This one's about how Americans are leaving Mass. as immigrants pour in.]
[Interview with Wells Fargo's chairman]