Apparently we "can't afford" the Green New Deal or Medicare for All, but we can afford to pay $1443.00 for a $32.00 part as long as it's in the Defense Budget.
As Rand enters the mainstream, his supporters exit stage right.
Paul’s amendment brings him in line with his likely presidential primary rivals.
“It’s basically crack cocaine for the Pentagon,” said Gordon Adams, a professor at American University who worked on defense budgets during the Clinton administration.
Bill Maher took on our bloated defense budget and the "vessels of our outsourced masculinity" in America during his New Rules segment on Real Time this Friday night.
Back when moderate Republicans were more numerous and had control of the party's discussion, they could be counted upon to develop some fairly sound national security guidance. Here's one of those moments: First: No people on earth can be held,
Igor Volsky at the Wonk Room reports on a press release from the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, who want to remind us about all of the benefits that the Republicans will be denying the service members of the US armed forces, because it's
For some strange unexplicable reason, Thomas Donnelly (AEI defense analyst, former PNAC deputy executive director) felt compelled to endorse Sarah Pal
Cheney: We Are Getting To A Situation Where President's Economic Policies Are Becoming A National Security Threat
After talking about how “remarkable” it is that President Obama couldn’t get the Republicans and ConservaDem Ben Nelson to go along with more sp
Steve Benen writes the defense post that I've been considering for the last few days. He's asking, so where are those responsible Republican fisca
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