Thursday, October 20, 2005

Minuteman switches teams

Via the Immigration Law Blog (which I've much enjoyed since it launched in September), I found an oddly hilarious article from the El Paso Times' indefatiguable Louie Gilot ("Minuteman sent home for aiding immigrant," Oct. 18), who reported that "a Minuteman has been dismissed from the volunteer border patrol group for giving a ride, food and water to two undocumented immigrants."

Didn't see that coming, did ya? :-)

Meanwhile, ACLU of Texas' Liberty Blog has a write up of a great editorial from the Marshall New-Messenger criticizing Kay Bailey Hutchison's plan to make local government foot the bill for immigration enforcement.

UPDATE: The New York Times reports on President Bush's just-proposed immigration plan.

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