October 5, 2011
A Seattle friend is still wondering how America was made more secure by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency checkpoint that stopped and inspected his car up in Newhalem on the North Cascades Highway.
It would have taken a terrorist who was a world class rock climber to do an alpine traverse from Chilliwack Lake in British Columbia, up over 8,900-foot Mt. Redoubt, through mile-high cliffs of the wild Picket Range and down through the slide alder of Goodell Creek to arrive at S.R. 20.
We’ve seen a sixfold increase in federal agents patrolling at or near the 4,000-mile-long U.S.-Canada border since Sept. 11, 2001. Human traffickers and smugglers of B.C. Bud find life a lot more challenging than in days when the world’s longest peaceful border suffered an excess of inattention.
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