The maritime industry inserted some protectionism into the National Defense Authorization Act.
Whistleblowers and publishers are crucial for keeping government officials reasonably honest.
Thank the troops, but question the uses to which they’re put.
A significant portion of the world views the U.S. as a threat to democracy in their home countries.
Many U.S. complaints about China aren’t about actions that threaten U.S. security.
The president-elect's forthcoming nomination of Antony Blinken as the country's top diplomat suggests an appetite for continuing America's role as the globe's policeman.
The White House is asking Congress to spend $750 billion on the military this coming fiscal year.
They were hoping to hit the Department of Defense jackpot.
Republicans and Democrats Spar Over Whether Defense Spending Should Increase by $20 Billion or $30 Billion
The depressing bipartisan consensus on ever-increasing defense spending shows no sign of breaking down anytime soon.
No one wants to consider if casually blowing things up is a good idea in the first place.
Since the beginning of the republic, nationalists have warned that because America is exceptional, it faces constant danger.
Conversely: We are safe, so some things matter.
Would make them harder for enemy to target
It's not the end of the world
Cheap missiles may come from Iran and China, increasing market for defenses
Please don't take away their sweet, delicious pork!
The controversial firm didn't have approval from the U.S. State Department
How can the U.S. stop fighting when the threat is so dire, but we've almost won?