Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Homeland Security Tries Again On The Virtual Fence

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff had officially accepted the virtual fence built by Boeing along the border near Tucson, AZ, and now is throwing more millions of taxpayers' money at it to fix it up. (See Associated Press article.) If tinkering with the glitches doesn't work at $45 million, Boeing still has $850 million. That's the value of a "border security industrial complex". (See yesterday's blog.) And that's the cost of nativist hysteria.

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