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U.S. Army plans to reduce its number of Soldiers by nearly 50,000

The U.S. Army plans to reduce its number of Soldiers by nearly 50,000 during a five-year span, a general said. The Army Times reported Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, service personnel chief, said the reductions would begin in March. The Army … Continue reading

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Preserve the US’s Strength as the World’s only Leading Superpower

The US spends almost as much on the military as the rest of the world combined. Preserving the US’s Strength as the World’s only Leading Superpower from Greg in SD on Vimeo. Protecting America Requires a Strong Defense and preserving … Continue reading

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INFO GRAPHIC & VIDEO: Current and Projected National Debt as a Share of the Economy according to the U.S. Congressional Budget Office

How to Fix our Fiscal Crisis | LearnLiberty. What is the single most important thing that can be done to fix the U.S. budget deficit? Harvard economist Jeff Miron says the answer is clear: cut entitlements. Miron explains that as … Continue reading

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The “TRUE” Cost of the Post 9-11 Wars: approx 4 Trillion

This week, as the media runs its displays on America ten years after the 9/11 attacks, there will be references to the dollar costs. A figure some will use is the one trillion dollars President Obama cited as for the … Continue reading

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GREAT NEW Infographic takes you Inside America’s Economic Downfall in an illustrative and easy way to understand

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US Hits Debt Ceiling

WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Monday that he will immediately halt investments in two big government pension plans so the government can continue to borrow money. Geithner informed Congress of his decision in a letter stating that the … Continue reading

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