National Priorities Project
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Hester - Daily kos
Mon Feb 21, 2011 at 03:40 PM EST
Melinda Tuhus - New Haven Independent
Four men stood in front of City Hall with signs calling for redirecting military spending to meet human needs at home. Why weren't more people joining them?
Sherwood Ross - Op Ed News
Under President Barack Obama's new budget for fiscal year 2012, the Great American War Machine just rolls on and on. "As it is, we're pumping...money into sustaining a fighting force that's orders of magnitude larger than anything retained by any other country," observes Ezra Klein of The Washington Post February ...
Roger Paul - Democrat Herald
On Sunday's opinion page we were given another example of uncritical thinking by Charles Krauthammer. And I quote; "Today, everyone and his cousin supports the 'freedom agenda.' Of course, yesterday it was just George W. Bush, Tony Blair and a band of neocons ... "
Brad Cummings - Peace Action Maine
Dear Maine Friends:
John Kaufman - Peace & Bread
Is Wisconsin broke or are we being swindled?
Robert Greenwald - Iraq & Vietnam War Stories
There is something stirring in Wisconsin and some folks have tried to connect it to what's happened in Egypt. Unionized workers and their many supporters are in danger of losing their right to bargain collectively and the uprising that it has led to among the citizenry is definitely causing consternation ...
Jo Comerford - The Coffee Party USA
National Priorities Project offers four detailed analyses of President Obama's $3.7 trillion budget for Fiscal Year 2012 focused on: expenditures, revenue and deficits, the impact of federal spending on the states and a detailed FY2012 budget overview with a selection of actual and projected revenue and spending charts.
Chris Sturr - Dollars & Sense
(1) Obama's Budget: Our trustworthy source for analysis of Obama's 2012 budget proposal: The National Priorities Project:
AFSC - Your Olive Branch
As the historic debate over federal spending began in Washington, young winners of the "If I Had A Trillion" video contest descended on Capitol Hill, challenging lawmakers to address the bloated defense spending that imperils their schools, communities, and futures.