Yesterday marked another yearly anniversary of House Bill 9066 that set up Japanese internment during World War II. Some 100,000 Japanese Americans were interred in barracks behind barbed wire fences. In retrospect, history has proved this wrong. But is it over? Immigrants are ‘interred’ in cages at our Southern border. Scores of kids are “interred” in gang war zones in our inner cities. And on, and on… Problem here is, those contributing to this actively, or through indifference, may well find themselves ‘interred’ in an even worse place in the afterlife.