Has the Defense Department inquired about your credit history?
My free credit report on CreditKarma.com shows a credit inquiry from the Defense Department.
I haven't applied for a loan from the Defense Department (!), nor have I had any dealings with them whatsoever since being a member of their USMC subdivision decades ago.
Can anyone tell me why they would be interested in my credit?
I recommend everyone do a free check to see if there is some political interest involved.
A former visitant of UC Santa Cruz, former union boilermaker, ex-Marine, Vietnam vet, anti-war activist, dilettante in science with an earth-shaking theory on the nature of light (which no one will consider), philosopher in the tradition of Schelling, Hegel, Merleau-Ponty, Marx, and Fromm (sigh, no one listens to me on that either), author of a book on wine clubs (ahem), and cast-off programmer of ancient computer languages.
I've recently had two physics articles published in an obscure but earnest Central European journal (European Scientific Journal http://www.eujournal.org/index.php/esj) but my main interests remain politics and philosophy.
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