military spending

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal speaks on the topic of "Rebuilding American Defense" at the American Enterprise Institute on Oct. 6, 2014 in Washington, D.C. (credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Jindal: ‘We Must Be Willing To Pay The Price For Peace’

Urging both political parties to “pay the price for peace,” Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday said the United States must boost military spending by tens of billions of dollars to help end what he described chaos and conflict around the world.

10/06/2014

Cheney says proposed Pentagon cuts would leave American military might dangerously compromised. (Getty Images)

Cheney Blasts Proposed Military Cuts

Former VP Cheney says proposed Pentagon cuts would leave American military might dangerously compromised.

02/25/2014

The United States is footing more of the bill for overseas bases in Germany, Japan and South Korea even as the military reduces the number of American troops in Europe and strategically repositions forces in Asia, a congressional report says. (Photo by Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images)

Report: US Paying Billions More For Military Bases Overseas Despite Troop Reductions

The United States is footing more of the bill for overseas bases in Germany, Japan and South Korea even as the military reduces the number of American troops in Europe and strategically repositions forces in Asia, a congressional report says.

04/17/2013

Current U.S. Army soldiers in Afghanistan may see extended tours of duty if budget cuts prevent training of replacement soldiers. (Photo credit: JANGIR/AFP/Getty Images)

Army May Extend Current Afghanistan Deployments Due To Budget Cuts

Soldiers deployed to Afghanistan next year may see their war tours extended because budget cuts will drastically limit training for brigades to replace them, the top Army general said Friday.

02/15/2013

File photo of US Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan. (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Ryan: ‘I Just Don’t Understand’ Obama’s Bayonet Comment

Vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan said he didn’t understand a comment made by President Barack Obama in regards to bayonets and horses during a heated discussion on military spending.

10/23/2012

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