How The Bipartisan War Party Fostered Fiscal Ruin, Part 3

When big spending Barrack Obama left the White House the national security budget properly measured totaled a staggering $822 billion. That included $600 billion for defense, $46 billion for security assistance and international operations and $177 billion for veterans compensation and services, which reflect the deferred cost of prior wars. So much for the “peace […]
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