Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
The president would like to increase military spending from its current $716 billion to a cool $750 billion.
President Trump has said that he will veto any bill that doesn’t give him the $5 billion he has demanded for his border wall.
The Trump administration’s deployment of military troops at the U.S./Mexico border keeps escalating—unarmed refugees are being tear gassed, and direct costs of the situation are expected to reach $210 million through December.
You can help end the war in Yemen today.
A national security commission calls for annual increases of 3-5% in the Department of Defense budget—that could result in military spending of $972 trillion in 2024. But the Pentagon just failed its first-ever audit. If you don’t know where $700 billion is going, why would you know where $1 trillion is going?
Asking for more money is not a good look for the Pentagon right now. But that’s just what a national security commission did last week, the day before the Pentagon announced that it had completed – and failed – its first-ever audit.
NPP's Fall Party is November 13, 2018!
Activists around the world are uniting to call for a stop to all nuclear weapons testing. Period.
This week the House majority released their budget blueprint for fiscal year 2019, which begins October 1.