Steven Aftergood: CRS: Space Forces Must Be Approved and Funded by Congress PBI: Existing Secret Space Forces are Unconstitutional

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Steven Aftergood

The Congressional Research Service says that, as a constitutional matter, it will be up to Congress to determine whether and how to reorganize the management of US national security assets in space, and whether to establish a new “space force,” as the Trump Administration has proposed.

“The constitutional framework appears to contemplate that the role of establishing, organizing, regulating, and providing resources for the Armed Forces belongs to Congress, while the President is in charge of commanding the forces Congress has established using the funds Congress has provided,” CRS said in a new publication. See Toward the Creation of a U.S. “Space Force”, CRS In Focus, August 16, 2018.

Phi Beta Iota: This also means that the deep black existing space force, and the deep underground military bases doing exotic things, are unconstitutional as neither were approved by Congress.

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