Uncovering the real National Security budget

By QR Blog Editor 5-22-2012

Writing for Tom's Dispatch and The Huffington PostChristopher Hellman and Mattea Kramer estimate what the U.S. really spends on national security:

National security accounts for one quarter of every dollar the federal government is projected to spend in 2013. And if you pull trust funds for programs like Social Security out of the equation, that figure rises to more than one third of every dollar in the projected 2013 federal budget.

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