The U.S.-Mexico border is 1,989 miles long. It’s one of the most frequently crossed international boundaries in the world, with an estimated 300+ million legal crossings annually.
Yet it’s the illegal, unseen cartel traffic through the tunnels and border gaps that should be truly astounding, as it drives much of the strife along our southern border. So, how can a problem this widespread, but concealed, be attacked? The only way to eradicate it is to cut the head off the snake and watch it die, right?