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We've covered how President Obama needs the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to justify detention powers he has used for the past four years , but there's another reason he needs it: drones .
After months of delay, the Senate began debate on its version of the FY 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA-S.3254) this week and continues on the Senate floor today. As NewsBytes is prepared for distribution, lawmakers are considering more than 400 floor amendments.
Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com November 30, 2012 In response to widespread outrage over the National Defense Authorization Act passed last year, Congress is said to be working on a more Constitution friendly version of the legislation.
John Isaacs joined ASP to discuss nuclear amendments in the Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act currently up for debate in the Senate.
With Hadas Gold IT’S A PASS — Weighing 98 ayes and 0 nays, the defense authorization bill was approved yesterday by the Senate after five hard days of labor.
The US Senate unanimously passed the Pentagon's 2013 budget, despite a political impasse over debt reduction that could see huge cuts to military spending next year. After months of negotiations, lawmakers voted 98-0 to approve the $631 billion National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013, which began on October 1.
- Senator (I-CT) released the following statement following the passage of the FY2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA):
Last night the Senate voted to invoke cloture the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013 – a major piece of legislation that sets policy for the Defense Department by authorizing programs and suggesting funding levels (not to be confused with the Defense Appropriations Bill, the NDAA does not actually fund the military).
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court has extended a stay on the injunction blocking the notorious indefinite detention provision in the 2012 defense bill that lets the U.S. government jail any American without end over even suspected terrorist ties.
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USAF seeks to ‘disrupt, deny, degrade, destroy, or deceive’ adversaries via cyberwarfare | RevolutionRadio.orgMadison Ruppert, Contributor Activist Post.com Wednesday, August 29, 2012 The United States military continues to ramp up their cyberwarfare efforts at record speeds with the so-called “Plan X” and the approval of an offensive cyberwar which was stealthily inserted to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA). In the recent past, the United States military attempted to keep their cyberwarfare program under wraps but now it appears that this approach has been abandoned completely.
By Larry Pinkney “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
Blogger and author Bob McCarty made a FOIA request to the Army for an Army Handbook entitled "Inside the Wire Threat - Afghanistan." Mr.
For five decades, Continuity of Government plans to deal with a grave national emergency have been steadily expanded under the authority of the Executive Branch. FEMA has long been authorized to assume executive powers in the event of a decapitating nuclear strike. But under Bush and now Obama, these plans have been ratcheted up to near Code Orange level in recent years, as if some “clear and present danger” were hovering over the horizon.
Applied DNA Sciences Supplies Department of Defense in Battle Against CounterfeitsMarketwire STONY BROOK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 08/16/12 -- Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting and security solutions has been named by DoD Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), as the provider of authentication services for microcircuits supplied by defense contractors.
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