A New Freedom Of Information Act Released Email Shows Why IQs Have Dropped Across The US.

A New Freedom Of Information Act Released Email Shows Why IQs Have Dropped Across The US.

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a federal law that provides the public with the right to access records and information from federal government agencies. It was signed into law in 1966 by President Lyndon B. Johnson after a lengthy push by journalists and government transparency advocates. The FOIA was enacted largely due to increasing public distrust in the federal government following controversial policies and actions during the Cold War era. There was growing concern about the level of secrecy and lack of transparency within government agencies. Journalists, representatives of the media, and public interest groups argued that citizens had a right to know what their government was doing behind closed doors.

Some of the key events and issues that fueled the movement for a FOIA law included:

  • The U.S. government’s struggles with media coverage during the Vietnam War, including its attempt to censor images of the war from reaching the public.
  • A growing awareness of government overreach and misconduct, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s harassment of political groups under J. Edgar Hoover.
  • The increasing influence of large corporations and special interests in shaping government policies with little public oversight.

By mandating that federal agencies be subject to public record requests, the FOIA aimed to shed light on the inner workings of the government. It was intended to be a crucial check on potential abuse of power and to ensure the American democratic principles of transparency and accountability.

The FOIA process can be cumbersome, and many records remain classified, the law has allowed for the release of millions of pages of government documents over the decades. It continues to serve as an important tool for citizens, journalists, and watchdog organizations in scrutinizing federal operations.

A new FOIA letter between health agencies shed light on confirmed research that points to one reason why IQs across the US have dropped over the last 50 years. It is controversial and for many reasons not widely published. e explore the email that was thought to have been private but is now openly released by the US government under a FOIA request.

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