A Texas-based defense contractor is selling drones overseas to foreign governments for use in combating narcotics trafficking and terrorism. Which countries are buying them and exactly how they are being used, however, is largely unknown. This uncertainty has led to calls from human rights activists for greater transparency and accountability More…
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE, led a tour this week of its new immigrant detention center in Texas. The detention center, which will be managed by Florida-based private prison industry corporation The GEO Group More…, has raised concerns from immigrant advocates.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, otherwise known as drones, are big business. With the war in Iraq over and the war in Afghanistan scheduled to draw down, defense contractors that manufacture drones are looking domestically to replace the revenue created from a decade of conflict in the Middle East.
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Residents opposed to a federally-funded, privately-managed immigration detention center in South Florida issued a statement Wednesday calling on President Obama to step in and halt the project.
A press release issued More… by No Prison in Southwest Ranches states: “Will the President step in and protect the people in this area from
“Muslim-American Terrorism in the Decade Since 9/11″ More… (.pdf), the third annual report on this issue, states that 20 Muslim-Americans were indicted for violent terrorist