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  1. While on the whole she makes good points, her contradictory statements detract from believability. From the editorial:

    “In 2000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, young foreign-born men were five times less likely to be incarcerated than those born in the U.S…”

    “There is no correlation between where one is born and his or her propensity to commit a crime.”

    Excuse me? The statistics she quoted suggest otherwise (presuming that there is a direct relationship between committing a crime and being incarcerated).

    I guess she’d lose a lot of readers if she pointed out that being U.S.-born makes one more likely to commit a crime in the U.S. Telling people what they want to hear is OK, right? I mean, Rush does it, so it must be.

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