Tuesday, April 14, 2015

'So in the world of today: 14 April 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Isis has set up a camp in Mexico, just south of the US border. 
-Obama asked that Cuba be removed from the terror list.
- Ice released and lost track of at least 66,000 illegal criminals in last two years. (600 were murderers, rapists or kidnappers)
-A coalition of Christian churches (including the LDS) petitioned the Supreme Court to recognize marriage as being exclusively between a men and a women.
-An Al Qaeda leader was killed.
-Four TSA workers were involved in a scheme to grope passengers. Two of them were fired.
-Hundreds in New York protested police brutality.
-Average rent for US apartments are set to rise.
- Congress is passed a bill to force the Obama administration to be forthcoming about the Iran deal.

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