"The closest we can come to a good answer to Mexico's problems (which are spilling across the border) is an end to prohibition and the super-profits it brings in its wake. That's basic economics. It's  commonsense. And it presumes that adult Americans don't need nanny to tell them what they can choose to consume," - Andrew Stuttaford, writing at National Review

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