US-Mexico border fence only effective in hurting nature

posted by
February 28, 2011
The Christian Science Monitor
by Scott Nicol  
Posted in Commentary, LAND News, PND Commentary

"Last month, the Obama administration finally pulled the plug on the 'virtual fence' that was supposed to line the border between the United States and Mexico with cameras and radar towers. After sinking more than $1 billion into the scheme, the Department of Homeland Security determined that it was a complete failure. ... The physical border wall has been just as much a failure as its 'virtual' cousin, but on the same day that the virtual fence's demise was announced, construction crews were planting 18-foot-tall steel posts for a new stretch of wall alongside the Rio Grande in Brownsville, Texas." (02/27/11)  
  • joette narcisse

    Valuable post ! I loved the points ! Does anyone know if my business can get access to a sample TX PSB-02 form to fill out ?

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