I haven't touched the topic of immigration in this blog. Since I seem to have run out of steam on PATRIOT, I think I'll broach the subject now. Daniel Griswold of the CATO Institute has testified before a subcommitee of Congress regarding the problem of illegal immigration as well as some of the cost involved in securing the borders. He also offers reasoning as to why the Bush plan could work of offering legal status to working immigrants. Check back for my own opinions on this topic but, for now, see the complete transcript of his testimony.
Daniel Griswold's Senate Testimony May 26, 2005