Tagged: military spending
Let's invest in diplomacy again by expanding the Peace Corps and making it more inclusive.
What we call "defense" is pretty funny.
Let's define budget cuts as spending less next year than this year. Nothing else should qualify.
The Iraq War isn't wrapping up, the Afghanistan War is failing, and we can't afford either one. If we are ever going to find 15 million jobs, we need to end the wars and cut military spending.
We have to stop the guys with the guns from making their deranged rules--and fast.
The U.S. military is beginning to see climate change as a security threat, but the government isn't making it a high enough priority.
If worse comes to worst, and climate change gets out of hand, there's always plan B: nuclear winter.
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.
The military spending cuts proposed by the Deficit Reduction Commission is both good and bad for a truly sustainable defense budget.
What if the tea partiers decided to go after big government over at the Pentagon?