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Monday, October 11, 2010

Indefensible Spending

Other Opinions By Stephen Tuttle Do you really want less government spending? Then let’s take a close
look at the defense department.
Department of Defense requests for the 2011 fiscal year are $721
billion. A tidy sum. That doesn’t even include non-military
intelligence operations, the VA, veteran’s pensions, Homeland Security
and a host of other defense-related expenditures. When those are
added the defense budget swells to about $1.2 trillion.
There might be some waste in there.
 
 
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