Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Yesterday afternoon Congress sent the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to the president. Again.
What does it say that we spend more on the Pentagon and its fancy war toys than we do on our troops and our veterans?
Diplomacy can’t guarantee solutions in Syria, but it is far and away our best chance.
If you were President Obama, would you sign this budget deal?
The budget deal provides $59 billion to the Pentagon's slush fund in 2016. What if we chose to spend that differently?
For the last 50+ years, the NDAA has enjoyed bipartisan support - yesterday, it was vetoed by the president.
The president announcing that he will not withdraw troops from Afghanistan by the end of next year is a devastating blow.
Yesterday, in a 70-27 vote, lawmakers in the Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act, which lays out how the Pentagon might spend its 2016 $612 billion budget.
As of last week, the deal is officially in effect as lawmakers have lost their opportunity to block implementation of the plan. WHat happens next?
Last week, Senate Democrats filibustered a vote to reject the Iran deal. What's next?