Smugglers' Paradise 

Perhaps Janet Napolitano should visit the Peck Canyon Corridor outside of Nogales—with an armed escort

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From the idyllic shelter of Peck Canyon outside of Nogales, Edith Lowell reflects on what it's like to share her beloved ranch with violent drug-smugglers, illegal aliens and automatic-weapon-toting bandits. Her opinion might surprise. "We actually feel safe here at the house,…

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