On the other hand

Marc Cooper turns his blog today over to a correspondent who has something to do with the Department of Homeland Security and who has a different take on the border stops and deportation of visiting journalists at LAX. Seeing as how the visa rule and enforcement will be discussed by the L.A. Press Club tonight, and since we've covered the issue several times in the past, here's the link over to Marc's post.

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