More Afghan-like tragedies will be inevitable until we squeeze the personal profit out of prepping for war.
The American prison system is a massive — if invisible — part of our economy and social fabric.
The only people who get hurt if Congress slaps new trade sanctions on Iran are U.S. aviation companies.
A mountain of misleading rhetoric from big Pentagon contractors has buried the facts.
Most of us pay more in taxes than many U.S. corporations, and corporate tax avoidance has increased dramatically in the last 50 years.
The top 100 federal contractors have racked up more than $20 billion in fines, penalties, and restitution in hundreds of instances of fraud and other kinds of misbehavior since 1995.
Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak was in Washington — again — last week, but Israel’s top diplomat, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, is nowhere to be seen. What’s up with that?
The government should scrap Bush’s fantasy of virtually walling off the Mexican border–along with its corporate largesse.
DHS hands out huge contract to Boeing for dubious border surveillance project.
How come “pro-life” forces seem to tolerate practices that lead to the death of innocent people?
It’s fair to ask what the makers of exotic fighter aircraft know about wall building that a garden-variety American construction company doesn’t.
More money does not equal more security.