Finding credible sources these days is like trying to find a lost child at Disneyland, you are most likely going to need some help. I heard about this site from an interview with Jen Briney on The Higherside Chats Podcast and thought I would share.
After reading through some proposed bills on this site, it seems a wealth of factual information. You can pull up any bill proposed, who proposed it, and the stage at which the bill is currently. You can also find basic info about those in congress such as their voting records, committee memberships, and sponsored bills. There are even sources for the information at the bottom of each member page. If this site isn't trustworthy, please speak out!
Some interesting finds:
H.R. 4586: Geoengineering Research Evaluation Act of 2017
This bill was introduced on 12/7/2017 and it hasn't went to committee yet. The terminology used suggests the “chemtrail” vocabulary is fairly well known. This bill is about doing research into geoengineering to use in the future, it does not admit to ever doing it.
H.R. 1159: United States and Israel Space Cooperation Act
Passed the house on 12/20/2017, there were no votes against it. From the heading: “To provide for continuing cooperation between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Israel Space Agency, and for other purposes. “ It's a quick read, one page.
H.Con.Res. 92: Recognizing the deep and abiding friendship between the United States and Israel.
Introduced on 11/13/2017 and passed by the senate on 11/15/2017 (quick turnaround?), it reads like a bit of a fluff piece but found it interesting that Lord Walter Rothschild is mentioned in the text. It is a historical reference, but interesting none the less.
Please know my knowledge base in these areas is currently less than adequate to draw conclusions or make bold statements. I am using these three proposals as examples only. I am posting this because I feel that some credible resources for truth seeking are needed by everyone. This site is easy enough to use, and includes both summaries and full texts of proposals. The first page of legislature I pulled a couple of weeks ago (open search with no keywords) had one bill with geoengineering in the title and more than a few practically kissing Israel's ass. Some of these proposed bills will never come to pass, but they may tell us the motives of our elected officials.
Why isn't a tool like this taught in our schools? Why doesn't mainstream media use this to back up their headlines? It truly isn't hard to dig a little, we just need to know where to look. If anyone out there has a credible site or a research database, please share!