Sounds very Logan's Run, doesn't it? That may well be because hearing that Homeland Security is requiring immigrants in some cities who are applying for residency -- despite never having been accused of a crime -- to wear a tracking device sort of is very Logan's Run. TalkLeft writes: "Is it better than being detained? Yes. Should we being doing either indiscriminately, without regard for individual circumstances and public safety? No." (TalkLeft)
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