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TOP U.S. Senator Considers UFO’s A National Security Risk!

JUST IN! TOP U.S. Senator Considers UFO's A National Security Risk!

Special Report In regards to a top U.S. Senator and his statement in regards to recent UFO sightings near U.S. Assists.

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Pentagon Should Release UFO Report, Senate Intelligence Committee Argues

Pentagon should release UFO report, Senate intelligence committee argues

Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) (L) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), vice chair and chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, are pictured speaking to the press in 2018. The Pentagon should release a public report on UFOs, argues the U.S. Senate intelligence committee . In addition to requiring a public report, the committee plans to impose new rules on how the Department of Defense (DOD) shares information about UFOs.

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Senators Endorse Space Force Reserve But Question Guard

Senators Endorse Space Force Reserve But Question Guard

The Senate Armed Services Committee endorsed the creation of a reserve component for the Space Force in new legislation but wants more evidence that a Space National Guard is necessary as well. The committee this week approved its version of the fiscal 2021 defense policy bill 25-2, and the legislation could head to the Senate floor for a vote by

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Senators Continue Building Space Force with Caution

Senators Continue Building Space Force with Caution

New legislation further establishes the Space Force as the sixth branch of the military, but wants a closer look at who will do that work and where. The Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the fiscal 2021 defense policy bill, approved June 10 , would temporarily stop the military from transferring its installations into the Space Force. Air Force Secretary

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Senate Armed Services Advances National Defense Authorization Act, Space Force Acquisition Reforms Not Included

Senate Armed Services advances NDAA, Space Force acquisition reforms not included

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.). Credit: DoD WASHINGTON — The Senate Armed Services Committee approved its version of the Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 25-2 following three days of closed hearings, the committee announced June 11. The markup authorizes $740.5 billion for national defense spending. SASC Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) and

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Four Reports a Senate Panel Wants to See on Space Force

Four reports a Senate panel wants to see on Space Force

An early version of the Senate’s annual defense bill calls for a number of reports before taking further actions on the U.S. Space Force. (Airman 1st Class Dalton Williams/U.S. Air Force) A Senate committee wants more information before taking action on a host of U.S. Space Force-related provisions, and as a result an early version of the chamber’s annual defense

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Sen. Rick Scott’s Big Idea: Impose Congressional Term Limits

Sen. Rick Scott's Big Idea: Impose congressional term limits

Great idea! Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., says he doesn’t think that politicians should get to make careers out of working in Washington. When the former two-term Florida governor, who before that worked in the private sector and before that was a member of the U.S. Navy, ran for U.S. Senate, working to impose term limits on Congress was one of

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50 Pardons Helped Hillary’s Senate Run: Report

50 pardons helped Hillary's Senate run: Report

A new investigative book into the presidency of Bill Clinton found that while he granted a relatively low number of pardons, 50 directly aided allies of Hillary Clinton as she ran for the Senate. The book, to be published June 30, is “Pardongate: How Bill & Hillary Clinton and Their Brothers Profited from Pardons” by Mark Hyman, an investigative reporter

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