Israel Defense – by Dr. Hayim Iserovich

In March 2018, following a prolonged political debate, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, signed the new 1.3 trillion dollar spending bill approved by the US Congress to fund the operations of the government departments and federal agencies in the current budget year. Clause 8071 of that bill conveyed a significant message to Israel. The US Department of Defense, it stated, will allocate the massive amount of $705,800,000 to the funding of the Israeli missile defense systems, including the Iron Dome, Arrow-III and David’s Sling systems.

Continue reading “Hawks vs. Doves: The Story of the First US-Israel Arms Deal”

Business Insider

The UK plans to roll out “immunity passports” to people who have already contracted COVID-19 to allow them to return to “normal life,” the Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday. Continue reading “The UK plans to issue coronavirus ‘immunity passports’ so people can leave the lockdown early”

Dakota News Now

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – On Thursday, Governor Noem announced she is deploying the South Dakota National Guard to help with the state’s mitigation efforts going forward, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Continue reading “Governor Noem to deploy South Dakota National Guard in response to COVID-19”

C-Net – by Marguerite Reardon

President Trump on Monday signed into law a pair of bills designed to boost wireless and broadband networks: the Secure 5G and Beyond Act and the Broadband Deployment Accuracy and Technological Availability Act. The first requires the president to develop a strategy to secure and protect 5G technology, while the second is meant to improve the accuracy of maps detailing where broadband is and isn’t available in the US.  Continue reading “Trump signs laws to boost 5G security, broadband availability”

The Federalist – by Madeline Osburn

As U.S. state and local officials halt the economy and quarantine their communities over the Wuhan virus crisis, one would hope our leaders were making such major decisions based on well-sourced data and statistical analysis. That is not the case.  Continue reading “Inaccurate Virus Models Are Panicking Officials Into Ill-Advised Lockdowns”