U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel Israel is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II. To date, the United States has provided Israel $142.3 billion (current, or noninflation-adjusted, dollars) in bilateral assistance and missile defense funding. PDF (40 Pages): RL33222 US Financial Assistance to Israel
NARA Drives Govt Transition to All-Electronic Records Phi Beta Iota: So the US Constitution, to take one example, would become a digital image easily manipulated (or deleted).
National Security Implications of Fifth Generation (5G) Mobile Technologies, CRS In Focus, June 12, 2019 Phi Beta Iota: Until we have an honest Congress we will not have an honest CRS. They are not allowed to address the ecocidal and genocidal aspects of 5G, or the FACT that both 5G and wi-fi are uninsurable. See …
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Defense Contracting Fraud: A Persistent Problem The report was prepared in response to a requirement in the FY2018 defense authorization act at the initiative of Sen. Bernie Sanders. It was released this week under the Freedom of Information Act.
DoD Network Operations Face a Contested Environment The actual network infrastructure is “antiquated and is failing at high rates,” Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson told the House Armed Services Committee last year in response to questions for the record in a newly published hearing volume.
Free Speech and the Regulation of Social Media Content Currently, federal law does not offer much recourse for social media users who seek to challenge a social media provider’s decision about whether and how to present a user’s content. Lawsuits predicated on these sites’ decisions to host or remove content have been largely unsuccessful, facing …
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Foreign Agents Registration Act: An Overview, CRS In Focus, updated March 7, 2019 Phi Beta Iota: Valuable itemization of the requirements for registration. Unstated but obvious: both AIPAC and ADL are illegally unregistered agents of a foreign power. Strategic Competition and Foreign Policy: What is “Political Warfare”?, CRS In Focus, March 8, 2019 Phi Beta …
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