defense spending

Lawmakers are rushing to pass a $778 billion defense authorization bill for next year, but are dithering over $170 billion annually for the Build Back Better Act.
Normalizing budgetary bloat
Republicans and Democrats are getting closer on spending deals, but conservatives still want a say.
The Pentagon has never been audited. So how do Republicans know we need to spend even more on defense?
Want to make the Pentagon a better, more effective place? Force it to think.
Prioritizing defense spending over social uplift marks a step toward "spiritual death" in America.