CATO report on defense cuts shows how libertarians come in handy on national security.
In the SOTU, President Obama missed out on the opportunity to advocate for a progressive vision of the United States and to take on a real leadership role.
We have to stop the guys with the guns from making their deranged rules–and fast.
With pressure to slash the 1.3 trillion-dollar federal deficit rising sharply, the public debate over whether to exempt the Pentagon from such cuts is moving rapidly toward centre-stage.
A new documentary looks at the costs of U.S. and global military spending.
We Have to Trim the Bloated Pentagon Budget and Use the Cash for a ‘Green Dividend’ to Create Good Jobs
How can we come out of this recession with a manufacturing sector and a workforce that are globally competitive, that produce things that people need in the new green economy?
The president did acknowledge the war’s cost…but there were many other important points he left out.
It seems as though our Secretary of Defense is experiencing an internal conflict.
The Pentagon’s plans for cuts won’t change the security spending balance.
The trillion-dollar war bill and a half-billion-dollar jet fighter engine are connected in a way that goes beyond their status as budget items.
Taxpayers spend too much on wars.
Owego can get solar jobs, but it will take the active involvement of Owego itself.
Why is the United States spending more now on the military than during the Cold War?
Key members of the administration’s National Security team—Deputy Secretary Lynn and Secretary Clinton among them—and key congressional leaders have expressed support for a National Security Budget that would allow the overall balance of resources devoted to military forces, homeland security and non-military international affairs to be considered as an integrated whole.