As President Obama asks Republicans to cut “sacred cows” from the budget and make security budget cuts, report discusses ways to shift our security resources.
With military cuts now on the negotiating table, here’s a set of expert recommendations on what to cut and yet keep us safe and secure.
We should support the Egyptian miracle by cutting military aid and shifting it to support what will actually help Egyptians improve their standard of living.
Let’s define budget cuts as spending less next year than this year. Nothing else should qualify.
The military spending cuts proposed by the Deficit Reduction Commission is both good and bad for a truly sustainable defense budget.
The Obama administration seeks military savings over the next five years.
We could cut $1 trillion over the next decade in the defense budget, without compromising national security. It’s time to trim the fat on this sacred cow.
In the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, we need to make sure that every penny of our tax dollars is spent wisely.
Obama’s plans for change in defense spending are still mostly unrealized.
The idea of letting the current Defense Secretary keep his job is a hotly debated topic these days. Here’s an easy way to decide.
It is quintessential “Washington business as usual” that keeps the goal of rebalancing security resources always out of reach.
It’s called “defense” spending, but how much of it is actually about defense? Here’s how we could save billions, and still have billions left to make the U.S. and the world more secure.
Voters—Republicans and Democrats alike—are telling pollsters they want, not a modest course correction, not a turned page, but a whole new book.
World leaders no longer have to wait for aliens to show up with apocalyptic threats and mysterious weapons. We are perfectly capable of destroying the planet ourselves without outside help.