First of all to definitions - what exactly is state secrets privilege? The Center for Constitutional Rights defines it as follows: "The state secrets privilege (SSP) is a common law privilege that allows the head of an executive department to
Newsflash: The Pentagon has been lying to you for years. OK, OK, so this is hardly a "Stop the presses!"-type revelation.
US will take two years to bring military repair and readiness back up and then will begin a 20% military buildup over 15-30 years
Lockheed said in a statement that the increase in production this marks, "enables us to reduce costs by taking advantage of economies of scale and production efficiencies."
Tesla just activated its battery gigafactory, and China is moving to hoard the world's cobalt supplies at the same time that Trump promises a military build-up that can only happen with the precious metal. This all means supply panic for everything
Why would the military industrial complex invest time and money into video games?
Dennis Kucinich Rages Against The Military-Industrial-Complex
President Trump says he wants the US to have better relations with Russia and to halt military operations against Muslim countries. But he is being undermined by the Pentagon.
Several new proposals to tackle out of control military spending have been released by Washington think tanks. They all identify areas of possible savings, but they are all missing the central point... (Apologies for technical difficulties in the cl
Rep. Mulvaney Is a Longtime Critic of Military Spending Hikes
Two and a half years in and with no end in sight, the cost of the US air war against ISIS continues to rise, with the Pentagon now saying the total cost is around $11 billion, a figure which only includes the direct costs of the military operation, a
Mock-up of planned Russian-Chinese airliner to compete with Boeing and Airbus. To enter service by 2025. Ambitious? Oh yes. Remember when we laughed at Toyota, Airbus, and Trump?
Incirlik is routinely unavailable to American troops
Arizona Senator John McCain has proposed a massive increase in military spending, arguing that the US must be able to fight and win conventional wars in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Is this a great leap forward...or a blunder back to the past?