We Need More Coast Guard Until Drug Demand Drops

While speaking at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, in September, Retired Marine Corps General John Kelly, remarked that, “The biggest threat to our national security today is drugs.” As a recent White House Chief of Staff, Secretary of Homeland Security, and Commander, U.S. Southern Command (SouthCom), Kelly is intimately familiar with the nation's illicit drug challenges. He argues that the country needs a national campaign to reduce U.S. demand for illicit drugs—and it needs it now.

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