Monday, April 25, 2016

Life Behind the Tortilla Curtain

By Leo W. Banks

Those who live close to the Mexican border in Arizona and New Mexico consistently express two sentiments. First, the number of illegals crossing the line has plunged from a flood to a trickle in most places. The feds and the political spinners love that because it allows them to say, with some truth, that the border is as secure as it's ever been. But they leave out the second part.

The worst of the worst, the drug smugglers, vagabond bad guys, and mulitiple deports who use the border as a turnstyle are still out there, as dangerous as ever, as plentiful as ever, if not more so. Two kidnappings in six months late last year highlight the point......

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