The short answer is that the U.S. citizenry paid for the war [WWI] and all wars since directly and indirectly. Directly through their blood sweat and tears and taxes collected. Indirectly through debasement of the currency and inflation via fractional reserve banking's (Federal Reserve and affiliated banks) purchase of U.S. Government Treasury Bonds to create money out of thin air. The debasement of the currency and inflation are caused principally by Federal Reserve Open Market Committee purchase of Treasury Bonds. The Fed when it purchases U.S. T. Bonds will ALLWAYS have sufficient funds in their accounts as this is where "money creation from nothing" in point of fact becomes an accounting entry on the banks books. In other words when the Treasury department deposits the FED's check for the promise of the U.S. Citizens to pay back the value of the bonds (remember a bond is the U.S. government’s IOU on behalf of its people) the FED check will ALWAYS clear. The banks love this because they now lend out 97 percent or more of the money deposited at interest. Interest by the way that is largely determined by the banks themselves as it is a function of how often they engage in these usurious practices. Another reason banks love the system is the banks cost of goods (i.e. money they lend) is virtually ZERO which enables them on such goods an effective infinite return on investment (graphically a vertical line). The politicians love this because they now have a way of obligating the people without their consent or knowledge. Since the money in circulation is no longer redeemable in gold or silver the banks can engage in these practices with very few understanding the true costs and who is benefiting most substantially by these practices. When currency was redeemable in gold the banks would have to have enough gold to make good on their deposits. Without bill redemption in gold or silver banks can lend more and more based on the politicians more deeply obligating the people through the sale of more and more bonds. The growth recently in the profits of the financial sector and of the money supply is a reflection of these policies and processes.
No, they are paid by the Department of Defense.
Yes, the Samurai do get paid! The Shogun (ruler of Medieval Japan) pays them taxes for guarding a building or fighting in a war (however, not a civil war).
Pay or, have paid or, pays or, has paid.
The US Olympic committee pays $25,000.00 to gold medal winners.
They paid war bonds
It is paid for in taxes.
The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal.
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That will be based on the country. The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal. The United Kingdom pays nothing.
US tax payers paid for it.
Yes, the USOC pays the US athletes for medals. $25k for Gold, $15k for silver and $5k for bronze
(in the US) Judges of secular courts are governmental officials and are paid from the revenues raised by taxes and/or court fees.
I believe that the guy pays for the engagement dinner I know my ex in-laws paid for the rehersal dinner prior to the wedding My parents paid for the wedding meal and I paid for everything else
The border is just there, nobody "paid" for it. Mexico sees no need to enforce the border but the US tries to prevent illegal crossings from Mexico, so if you are asking about who pays to enforce immigration laws across the border, then it is 100% the US.
ChaCha pays you to answer questions.
paid for at the public's expense
The person who receives the cheque payment (You) pays the bank charges.
The business pays a payroll tax to the state, which in turn pays the unemployment benefits.
The US government paid the war bonds by raising taxes multiple times.
Of the US$60 Billion cost of the war, $36 billion was paid by the Saudi Arabians and the rest by the US, UK and Egypt.
They get paid out of the estate funds a lump sum for services rendered.
They are paid by the estate when working with one. Or the client pays them up front.
The Olympics are not paid. The Olympic committee pays travel expenses.
A PFC in the US Army paid $6.50 as a monthly premium for $10,000 worth of life insurance in World War 2.