Years of neglecting public infrastructure has undercut the U.S. manufacturing base.
A group of national security experts from left, right, and center says cutting some of America’s 800 far-flung outposts will save money and make us safer.
Rather than returning the savings to the taxpayers, the plan means to plow those savings back into the Pentagon budget.
Techies who’ve come of age in a country perpetually at war are saying they don’t want their talents used to kill people.
For years, it has been the only federal agency that can’t pass an audit.
The Pentagon’s Office of Economic Adjustment mostly missed its chance to wean communities off America’s dependence on defense economics.
Military spending will reach $700 billion under the deal to reopen the government, despite reports of hundreds of billions in Pentagon waste.
Backing down from nuclear war would make us a lot safer than piling more money into the Pentagon.
Facing financial ruin and the ruins of South Texas, some hawks want to throw more money at the military. That’s ludicrous.