The US government spends more on its immigration enforcement agencies than on all of its principal criminal federal law enforcement agencies combined. In FY 2012, spending for CBP, ICE and US-Visit reached nearly $18 billion. This amount exceeds by nearly 24% total spending by the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Secret Service, US Marshals Service, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) which stood at $14.4 billion in FY 2012.
- Forbes, Paul Reddam's KPMG Tax Shelter Stunk In More Ways Than One, by Peter J. Reilly
- Mauled Again, The Contagiousness of Tax Noncompliance, by Jim Maule
- Newsweek, How Credit Suisse Got Off Easy, by Lynnley Browning
- Newsweek, IRS Will Now Accept an ‘I Was Clueless’ Defense for Offshore Tax Evaders, by Lynnley Browning