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President Donald Trump’s proposed federal budget for 2020 aims to cut all funding for PBS and NPR, along with the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
The president’s request, unveiled in its entirety on Monday, calls on Congress to kill $435 million in funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and $126 million from the NEA.
The budget, which will spend $4.7 trillion on mandatory and discretionary programs, would leave just enough money to wind down operations of the CPB and NEA. “[P]rivate fundraising has proven durable, negating the need for continued Federal subsidies,” the budget reads. “Services such as PBS and NPR, which receive funding from CPB, could make up the shortfall by increasing revenues from corporate sponsors, foundations, and members. In addition, alternatives to PBS and NPR programming have grown substantially since CPB was first established in 1967, greatly reducing the need for publicly funded programming options.”
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: carewemust
Then why did Comey say, "Lordy, I hope there are tapes" ?
originally posted by: SKEPTEK
a reply to: crankyoldman
My Twitter account was locked today.
I needed to enter my phone # to try and unlock, if they didn't already have it with LifeLog they have it now.
I hope we see Twitter burnt to the ground like some place in Game of Thrones by some character.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
I think there is a link with regards to STRIKE and 72 in the following posts that may indicate black hats in the pentagon and relate to false flags... any builds on this?:
#757 Feb 14 2018 18:59:04
(Boeing 757?, also both date and timestamp reduce to 27=72 reversed):
#859 Mar 06 2018 11:04:43 (reduces to 33)
ple are stupid.
Wait for Russia/China reports.
(8x9=72; PEO = Pentagon Engineering Officer; 567493=EFGDIC)
(Note Q does NOT make mistakes like inserting a post number within a post line so I believe this was deliberately broken after peo!)
was the largest airstrike of the Persian Gulf War, and the largest strike of F-16s in military history. Many aircraft including the F-117 were used to attack targets in Baghdad, which was the most heavily defended area of Iraq. The same target was hit several times by F-117, and the last package consisted of seventeen F-111F on the 19th day of the war.