"A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves." -- Edward R. Murrow

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FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on Friday wrote that President Joe Biden has not connected one American with high-speed internet with $42.5 billion in funding from the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill.

“In 2021, the Biden Administration got $42.45 billion from Congress to deploy high-speed Internet to millions of Americans. Years later, it has not connected even 1 person with those funds. In fact, it now says that no construction projects will even start until 2025 at earliest,” the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioner wrote.

“The proposal that President Biden laid out 12 days ago was virtually identical to one that Hamas had accepted and put forward itself on May the 6th.  So there’s no reason why this agreement should not be reached.  The only reason would be Hamas continuing to try to change the terms.”

Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich shredded the January 6 committee as “fraudulent” and recommended that the GOP majority move to disavow it.

Readers of The Dossier already know that I’m a big supporter of the State of Israel, for reasons I’ve addressed at length and won’t be repeating here.

Does that mean I support AIPAC? No. Not at all. In fact, I think AIPAC is a political mess, harmful to American and Israeli interests, and it even feeds anti-Israel sentiment, but not for the reasons many believe to be true.

Here’s the deal on AIPAC: