Les Still tore down Senator Jon Tester's (D-MT) recent guest opinion column on the southern border debate piece by piece, and also shares a must-see resolution being eyed by the Texas legislature.

Here's an excerpt from his piece posted at American Thinker:

Tester said, “I visited the ports of entry -- where the vast majority of dangerous illegal drugs, like heroin, enter this country.  A wall would do nothing to stop this flow of narcotics at our legal crossings.”  Of course, it goes without saying that a wall would not stop the flow of narcotics at our legal crossings.  Nobody has said it would.

But a wall could go a long way toward plugging the holes in the sieve and funneling more drugs through our ports of entry, where they stand a better chance of being detected.  These illegal drugs are responsible for killing record numbers of people.  Are these lost lives worth the cost of building a wall?

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