The Other, Even Deadlier, Crisis at the Border: Fentanyl

Sunday will mark the 21st anniversary of the attacks of 9/11 that claimed the lives of 2,977 people at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon – an event that galvanized a forceful national response. Last year, under President Biden’s watch, 36 times as many Americans, 107,622, died of drug overdoses – 71,238 from the fentanyl that is pouring across the border – while the administration works to make our borders even less secure.

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Ira joined the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) in 1986 with experience as a journalist, professor of journalism, special assistant to Gov. Richard Lamm (Colorado), and press secretary of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee. His columns have appeared in National Review, LA Times, NY Times, Washington Post, Newsweek, and more. He is an experienced TV and radio commentator.

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