The Urge to Splurge -Why Is It So Hard to Reduce the Pentagon Budget?
The postwar doldrums in military spending that worried him so were reversed only after the American public had been fed a steady, fear-filled diet of anti-communism.
The ceasefire has come and gone and after just a few short days, the Saudis have returned to bombing civilians. This is unacceptable. It is time for us to make good on our threat to suspend lethal aid.
War profiteers and high ranking military officials have never been held accountable for the mismanagement of funds spent on an illegal occupation, says Mike Prysner (Update: The Pentagon is no longer recollecting reenlistment bonuses)