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  • ICYMI: The Space Force Latest

    ICYMI: The Space Force Latest

    Here is a roundup of some of the latest Space Force updates: Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Chief of Space Operations Gen. John Raymond had what Raymond called “a really good conversation” with President Donald Trump about planning to get the new branch off the ground. Raymond talked in depth with Space News about the

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  • SECNAVY Nominee Denies Relationship with Cambridge Analytica

    SECNAVY Nominee Denies Relationship with Cambridge Analytica

    Kenneth Braithwaite, President Trump’s announced nominee to become Navy secretary, failed to disclose ties to Cambridge Analytica, CBS News reported. The former political consulting firm was part of disinformation campaigns during U.S. and U.K. elections. Cambridge Analytica documents showed Braithwaite was a consultant, but he said he never did work for the company that would’ve

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  • In Our Communities

    In Our Communities

    A tentative agreement between Fort Knox, Ky., and nearby Hardin Co. for the county to manage the base’s refuse services will bring $200,000 in additional revenue to the county and save the installation another $200,000 on top of that, The Elizabethtown News Enterprise reported. “Today marks another huge win for Hardin County taxpayers,” Judge-Executive Harry

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  • Lawmakers Write in Wash Post: ‘War-Making Resides in Congress’

    Lawmakers Write in Wash Post: ‘War-Making Resides in Congress’

    The Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war “to guarantee that the decision to send Americans into harm’s way would be made by the individuals most accountable to the people,” seven House lawmakers from across the political spectrum wrote Friday in a Washington Post op-ed, calling on Congress to re-assert its war powers. They

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