Here is one of many reports suggesting the US is losing the so-called war on drugs:
To many, Donald Trump's pledge to build a wall along the US-Mexico border is unrealistic. But for Jim Chilton, it's the only way he'll get a good night's sleep.
The 77-year-old, a fifth-generation rancher on the Arizona border with Mexico, says he has grown weary of seeing drug smugglers -- rather than just cattle -- on his ranch and a wall is the answer to his troubles.
"I really admire Trump for having the insight and the knowledge to know what's wrong with the current border system," he said, as he surveyed the sprawling desert plains of his 75-square-mile ranch that stretches to the Mexican border.
"We need a wall. I've been saying that for 10 years ... and we need roads along the boundary and the border patrol to be deployed there and not let anybody in," he added. "It would make my life so much better and I'd feel more secure."
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We cannot defeat the Taliban, we cannot (and apparently don't want to) stop the flow of drugs from Afghanistan, and we certainly aren't really trying to stop the drug cartels from flooding our nation with their poison.
Q: Why is it illegal for the little people to traffic in drugs, but apparently not illegal for TBTF banks to launder the cartels' drug money?
A: You don't think the US political system could survive without continual injections of dirty money, do you? Wasn't ATF's "Fast and Furious" operation just another quid pro quo of the Obama ad-Dajjal administration?