Conservatives maintain that they believe in the Constitution, limited government, private property, individual liberty, and the free market. Their actions when it comes to foreign aid show that they believe in none of those things.
According to ForeignAssistance.gov (a new government website dedicated to foreign aid),
The U.S. Government provides assistance to over 100 countries around the world.
There are over 20 U.S. Government agencies responsible for either funding or executing U.S. foreign assistance activities.
Foreign assistance funding is classified into one of nine categories, which is further detailed into 52 sectors. Funds are uniquely aligned to one category and sector.
For fiscal year 2017, the top ten U.S. foreign assistance recipients are as follows:
Afghanistan, $4.7 billion
Israel, $3.1 billion
Egypt, $1.46 billion
Iraq, $1.14 billion
Jordan, $1 billion
Pakistan, $742 million
Kenya, $626.4 million
Nigeria, $606.1 million
Tanzania, $575.3 million
Ethiopia, $513.7 million
Total spending on foreign aid for fiscal year 2017 comes to $42.4 billion.