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Tunnel Vision on the border
(Above: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement photo of a drug tunnel linking warehouses in Mexico and San Diego)
The illegal traffic crossing the border extends deep beneath the fence in amazing networks of tunnels built and used by Mexican drug cartels. The smugglers move marijuana, heroin and people through these underground highways undetected — sometimes for years. Sunday on Full Measure, we’ll take you on a rare border trip under the surface in Tunnel Vision.
From illegal smuggling to terrorism. Many have criticized the Muslim world community for not doing more to stop the violent, radical elements inside their own religion. But that’s exactly what the Muslim nation of Morocco has done. Although Morocco is in a region of North Africa that’s a hotbed of terrorist attacks, it’s remained relatively safe. Scott Thuman will tell us how they’ve done it and what lessons we can learn from them.
Inside a mosque in Fes, Morocco
When you think of March Madness, you may think of basketball. But at Full Measure, we think of it as March Money Madness. We’ll highlight some of Washington’s most egregious waste of tax dollars in Follow the Money.
Finally, Republican Steve Russell has set himself apart from some of his colleagues when it comes to Muslim refugees from Syria: he thinks the U.S. shouldn’t hesitate to accept as many as possible. He’ll explain why he thinks it poses no risk.
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