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What does border security really entail?
Opinion

What does border security really entail?

■ Robert C. Koehler / Contributed It’s the phrase “border security” that freezes my soul every time I hear it uttered, every time I see it in print — so simplistically obvious, the equivalent of keeping your door locked. Did you ever have your cell phone swiped? If you’re careless about this, you’ll pay the price. “This is a national emergency,” Donald Trump said. “Drugs are pouring into our country. People with tremendous medical difficulty and medical problems are pouring in, and in many cases it’s contagious. They’re pouring into our country. We have to have border security. We have to have a wall as part of border security.” Seal up

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