The government of the United States spends in excess of $1.5 billion annually to incarcerate hundreds of thousands of criminal aliens.
Susie Castillo, 2003 Miss USA and semifinalist for Miss Universe, was subjected to an invasive TSA pat-down in the Dallas airport on April 21 that left her in tears and emotionally upset.
The Tenth Amendment Center reported of this event that Miss Castillo “likened the incident to molestation.”
Hateful leftists accidentally targeted the wrong Koch brothers with protests, angry phone calls, and even a death threat, directing their fury at a small family-owned business in Iowa called Koch Brothers instead of the billionaire industrialists known for financing conservative and libertarian causes whom the activists were actually upset with.
On April 19, MSNBC.com discussed the details of a U.S. State Department report about the increasing number of Americans caught in the crossfire of the Mexican cartel drug wars.
According to MSNBC, some of those killed were working for the cartels. But in recent months, reports of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers have made headlines. The high profile deaths of Nancy Davis, Jaime Zapata, Brian Terry, and David Hartley, reveal the non-discriminatory nature of drug cartel murder.
In a move that could spell the doom of some forms of online gambling in the United States, the FBI has shut down three of the largest offshore poker websites, citing a 2006 law that makes it illegal to process financial transactions related to online gaming.
As reported by the Associated Press, the federal agents blocked gamblers from accessing the foreign-operated websites, “which are accused of tricking and bribing banks into processing billions of dollars in illegal profits.”