Monday, June 25, 2018


"But what generally happens when a security challenge is handled as if it were a mere law-enforcement issue is that the bureaucracy gets overwhelmed and we find that enacting laws is no solution."  Andrew McCarthy, National Review

I think this applies not only to border security, but to terrorism, and free-speech issues. And maybe Hillary's e-mails.

(HT: Grim)

1 comment:

Christopher B said...

Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit is fond of pointing out that the police also function as protection for suspected criminals from mob justice. Not exactly what you expect from a security force.