It appears common sense has gone out the window:
Secret Service threatens evangelist
in Texas with arrest for counterfeiting
This story is just crazy. First of all, how can you counterfeit something that doesn't exist? (EDIT: This ministry is not alone in printing fake million dollar bills. Lots of novelty stores make and sell them. I did a Google search for "million dollar bill" and got back 88,500 results!)
Second, even if there really was such a thing as a million dollar bill you could never spend it (can you imagine buying M&Ms at the gas station and asking for $999,999.00 in change?)
Third, this tract is a powerful witnessing tool and it would be a shame to see it "banned". I often hand one to a waiter or teller with a smile and say "Thanks a million!" Their faces light up! I then explain it's a gospel tract and encourage them to read it. It's also a great conversation starter when sharing your faith. Hand it to someone and ask you if they would sell you their eyes for a million dollars (they usually say "no"). Then explain that if our eyes are that valuable, how much more valuable is our soul?
Let's pray that the Secret Service changes their mind, and that in the mean time God would give a spirit of wisdom and grace to the Christians who are being investigated.
(EDIT: Here's some video from a news broadcast about the tracts being confiscated:)