For the truth you're not being told anywhere else.
U.S. military taking bids to build complex for Israeli Air Force --Facility is expected to cost the U.S. $25 million to $100 million 30 Nov 2012 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is receiving bids to build a five-story complex for the Israeli Air Force, or IAF, near Tel Aviv. The facility, mysteriously dubbed "site 911," will be built under the auspices of the Foreign Military Sales program and is expected to cost the U.S. between $25 million and $100 million, according to a solicitation for bids posted on a U.S. government website. Only U.S. construction firms are able to bid on this contract, and the deadline for proposals is December 3, according to the notice. [Let me get this straight. The sociopaths in Congress, along with Barack Obama -- are poised to slash Social Security, Midicare, and Medicaid -- while US taxpayers fork over (another) $100 million for Israel's war machine?]