Arizona law co-author gets National Review cover
Kris Kobach, the conservative Department of Homeland Security veteran and most assuredly the next Republican Secretary of State in Kansas, gets the cover story of the new National Review -- a defense of Arizona's immigration law, which he had a hand in authoring.
The article is an impressive mix of score-settling ("From President Obama on down, they rushed to the microphone after [the law] was enacted to hyperventilate about about an impending police state in Arizona.") and facts about the law, and evidence that Kobach has really moved up in the world since first entering the race in Kansas and claiming he was doing it to stop... the threat of ACORN.
May 21, 2010; 4:47 PM ET
Categories: 2010 Election , Immigration
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