What? No Mint on the Pillows?

ICE's union is none too pleased with the relaxed security measures being proposed by ICE officials at various privately-owned immigration detention centers. The Houston Chronicle acquired an internal memo (much discussed on talk radio) that describes the controversial and kinder-gentler changes.

Some of the perks for the low-risk detainees would include bingo, aerobics and cooking classes, continental breakfasts, expanded visiting hours, and unmonitored phone lines. All that's lacking is an i-concierge media terminal.

More resort, less detention center. All on the taxpayer's dime.

The centers in question are located in New Jersey, Arizona, Texas, California, and Georgia.

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