By the government taking part in discretionarily funding different programs on the basis of whether or not THEY believe there to be enough evidence for it will lead to inconsistent realms of donations. The problem of trying to deduce whether or not those are true will create a system that would be difficult to enforce.
Yes, they are true usually the Government never wants the citizens to know the truth. If you look at every aspect of history you will find out why we really went to war with Germany. It was about the art that Hitler and Stallin was stealing. Why wouldn't they kill Tupak he knew things they didn't want us to know he was going to expose the Government.
No, conspiracy theories such as those surrounding the shooting death of Tupac Shakur in 1996 should not be granted federal and collegiate funding to determine the ultimate truth to their claims, because the government does not grant special funding in order to sort out the truth of other homicides. Celebrity murders should not be given special status.
The idea that trying to teach a course on conspiracy theories is a beneficial and valid learning experience is foolish. I definitely do not agree with the notion of colleges funding such classes. I think that conspiracy theories should not be something individuals can be graded on and help them earn a degree.
No, I think that if they were going to be researched and found out if they were true or not, then they need to be done at the exact time that it happens. You can not wait twenty years, then decide to go back and look into it to find out.