Our analysis found that the average taxpayer put in 29 working days in 2017 to pay Pentagon contractors.
The Pentagon’s Office of Economic Adjustment mostly missed its chance to wean communities off America’s dependence on defense economics.
As funding for military contracts shrinks, major defense contractors have started to edge their way into the business of implementing health care reform.
A mountain of misleading rhetoric from big Pentagon contractors has buried the facts.
The powerful military contractor wants yet another government handout, and it has The Washington Post’s support.
There’s nothing in Montgomery County’s local, non-binding peace resolution about firing Lockheed’s employees or tossing any corporations into the Potomac River.
One county dared to stand up to the military-industrial complex. The complex has fought back.
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.
William Hartung hammers Lockheed Martin and the military-industrial complex in his new book.
More money does not equal more security.