Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
For all of the president-elect’s lack of policy clarity, his position on Pentagon and military spending has been pretty clear: it’s headed higher.
Budgets are moral documents, and the new president’s budget will reveal so much.
The biggest threat to life as we know it received one fewer question than Trump’s tweets or Clinton’s “look.”
In the coming months, as we usher in a new administration and Congress, there will be an opportunity to finally invest in infrastructure that would strengthen America for decades to come.
America was always supposed to be the country of presidents, not kings, where leaders are made, not born.
If the US worked harder to close corporate tax loopholes, we could use the resulting revenues to send every current American college student to school -- for free.
Our pattern of mass incarceration is a choice we've made, and we can change those choices
Make no mistake: budgets are moral documents.
This year, we’ll spend $7.5 billion to send Americans to federal prisons. This is not what safety looks like.
Over the past 10 days, both the House and Senate have held a series of votes on Pentagon spending.