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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jan C. Ting
Rudolph W. Giuliani has stocked his presidential campaign's immigration-policy committee with pro-enforcement people, in a move that will appeal to the party base and help him counter charges that he protected and welcomed illegal aliens during his time as New York mayor.
But Mr. Ting said Mr. Giuliani was dealing realistically with conditions as he found them.
"Clearly, he wants it understood that as a former prosecutor he takes immigration law enforcement very seriously and that he understands what the problems are, and I think, based on the advice he's been getting, he understands what needs to be done," said Mr. Ting, a law professor at Temple University. "I think he's going to commit himself to doing what needs to be done."