Jeralyn Merritt writes about how the DEA now appears to be an organization that enforces American drug laws anywhere in the world, regardless of whether or not the drugs were destined for the United States. In this particular case, our DEA conducted a sting of people running a drug smuggling ring from South America to Europe, through Africa. And American taxpayers will now bear the costs of trying and incarcerating those caught in the sting. When exactly did we vote to become the moral nannies for the whole world? As Pete Guither points out, this would be like sending DEA agents to French bars to arrest underage drinkers.