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... to Secure Central Asian Energy Riches. Oct 01, 2009 at 16:30 | John Daly. Operation Enduring Freedom, on Oct. 7 will begin its ninth year. At $4 billion per month, a National Priorities Project has determined that the total cost of military operations in… < First<12111112113114115116117/117>Last > ...
U.S. military spending is roughly the same size as the world's next seven-largest military budgets combined, according to the National Priorities Project. The amount spent by the U.S. on wars since September 11 and the beginning of the "war on terror" will top more than $5.6 trillion by the end of the fiscal ...

The priorities in Congress this week are clear: a $700 billion authorization for military spending in FY 2018, and a $1.5 trillion tax plan that bestows untold wealth upon the already jaw-droppingly wealthy. As the saying goes, nothing is certain but death and taxes. This week, Congress played along.
Becky Sweger with the National Priorities Project says when that 86-billion is broken down per capita, Minnesota's federal tax bill is the second ...
Many citizens may not know that most U.S. military recruits -- almost two-thirds -- come from areas in which household income is lower than the national median, according to a non-profit group, National Priorities Project, that examined Defense Department data. Many of the counties the recruits come from ...

For example, war by the #s will include a presentation by Lindsay Koshgarian, the National Priorities Project research director, about where the ...
... are factored in, the US "militarized budget" sucks up 64 percent of discretionary spending, according to the National Priorities Project.
... probably shouldn't be part of the budgeting process," said Lindsay Koshgarian, program director of the left-leaning National Priorities Project.
Last night, President Trump was expected to announce that he would be sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the ...
NPP is excited to announce a new chapter: a partnership with the Washington DC-based Institute for Policy Studies. This new partnership will ...
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Americans should "sleep well at night" after President Trump's threat to rain "fire and fury like the world has ...
We are not the first people to point out that while you're distracted (Russia? Game of Thrones? current airline scandal?), things are happening ...
We knew some of what to expect in President Trump's first full budget proposal, based on his first budget blueprint and foreboding media ...
If you are like me, tax Day always comes with some emotion - be it anxiety (did I do it right?), panic (I'm not done!), or going postal (where are ...
In its opening volley in the federal budget process, the Trump administration has called for a nearly 10 percent boost in military spending, to be ...
... household income is lower than the national median, as the non-profit National Priorities Project discovered in Defense Department records.

New Jersey receives 33 cents for every dollar paid in taxes, according to the National Priorities Project, a nonprofit and nonpartisan federal ...
... used," said Lindsay Koshgarian, director of the National Priorities Project, a group that tracks military spending, in an interview with Truthout.
That said, many, including Lindsay Koshgarian, research director at the National Priorities Project, a group that aims to educate citizens about ...
According to the National Priorities Project, taxpayers in Wilmington are already paying $92.72 million per year in federal taxes for the ...
... in 2015, military expenditures accounted for about 54 percent of the U.S. discretionary spending, according to The National Priorities Project.
Operation Enduring Freedom, on Oct. 7 will begin its ninth year. At $4 billion per month, a National Priorities Project has determined that the total cost of military ...
The US has spent more than $780 billion in Afghanistan, according to the National Priorities Project, in what has become its longest-running ...
Becky Sweger with the National Priorities Project says when that 86-billion is broken down per capita, Minnesota's federal tax bill is the second ...
The National Priorities Project puts spending on international affairs, which would include the State Department's budget at $42.8 billion, or 4 ...
The US has spent more than $780 billion in Afghanistan, according to the National Priorities Project (NPP), in what has become its ...
NPP is excited to announce a new chapter: a partnership with the Washington DC-based Institute for Policy Studies. This new partnership will ...
The US has spent more than $780 billion in Afghanistan since 2001, according to the National Priorities Project (NPP), which further insists that ...
As the National Priorities Project explains: (The president could still respond to a nuclear attack). No president should have the unilateral ability ...
National Priorities Project puts the cost of war on ISIS at $16 billion and counting -- more than the UN says would be needed annually to have ...
... people provided by Workforce Investment Boards (in Social Security, unemployment and Labor)," reports the National Priorities Project.
In May 2012, TomDispatch featured a piece by Chris Hellman and Mattea Kramer, both then analysts at the National Priorities Project, ...
In May 2012, TomDispatch featured a piece by Chris Hellman and Mattea Kramer, both then analysts at the National Priorities Project, ...
... Centers for Disease Control, Substance And Mental Health Services Administration, National Priorities Project and U.S. Interagency Council ...
... infrastructure, according to the National Priorities Project. City of Madison residents alone pay almost $10 million each year toward the F-35.
... to 70.7 percent from 94 percent in 2003, according to army data obtained by the National Priorities Project, a Massachusetts research group.
We knew some of what to expect in President Trump's first full budget proposal, based on his first budget blueprint and foreboding media ...
If you are like me, tax Day always comes with some emotion - be it anxiety (did I do it right?), panic (I'm not done!), or going postal (where are ...
In its opening volley in the federal budget process, the Trump administration has called for a nearly 10 percent boost in military spending, to be ...
Among all of President Trump's executive orders is one that would deny federal funding to "sanctuary cities" - cities that adopt a variety of ...
On the chopping block may be funding for renewable energy, energy efficiency and carbon sequestration and storage. Image courtesy of ...
According to the National Priorities Project, the 2015 budget for the military was $598 billion, which represented 54% of all federal discretionary spending.
"U.S. military spending are roughly the size of the next seven largest military budgets around the world, combined," according to the National Priorities Project. In fact, Trump's proposed military spending increase ($54 billion) is nearly as big as ...
For example, the National Priorities Project suggests that instead of increasing the military budget by $54 billion, as Trump suggests, we slash the military budget by that same amount.
President Trump has released some details of his budget proposal, and his priorities are crystal clear: he would take $54 billion away from human development and needs - a greater than 10% cut - and give it to the military.
Our military budget accounts for 54 percent of all U.S. federal discretionary spending, a total of $598.5 billion (according to the National Priorities Project, nationalpriorities.org). Meanwhile, President Trump wants to increase U.S. military ...
That may sound like a lot, but consider that in 2015 the U.S. military budget was $598.5 billion for that year alone, and the United States military budget dwarfs that of all other nations combined, according to National Priorities Project. Donald ...
Since the president says he wants to increase military spending by $54 billion and #America has spent $8.36 million-per-hour since 2001 to the present on "war spending," according to the National Priorities Project, now might be a good time for the ...
According to the National Priorities Project, these wars will cost U.S. taxpayers upwards of $6 trillion, and we'll be paying them off through 2054.


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