Michelle Malkin has a new article out about the forgotten internees of WWII.
Malkin writes, "Thanks to a left-wing monopoly on the teaching of World War II history, not many other Americans know about these long-forgotten internees, either. Generations of schoolchildren have been taught to believe that our government threw only ethnic Japanese into camps because of wartime hysteria and anti-Asian bigotry. It's a convenient myth that allows today's civil liberties absolutists to guilt-trip America into opposing any use of racial, nationality or religious profiling to protect the homeland."
For more on the forgotten internees, read Malkin's new book, "In Defense of Internment: The Case for 'Racial Profiling' in World War II and the War on Terror."