|Name||The Real U.S. National Security Budget|
Welcome to the world of the real U.S. national security budget. Normally, in media accounts, you hear about the Pentagon budget and the war-fighting supplementary funds passed by Congress for our conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. That already gets you into a startling price range -- close to $700 billion for 2012 -- but that’s barely more than half of it. If Americans were ever presented with the real bill for the total U.S. national security budget, it would actually add up to more than $1.2 trillion a year.
Source: National Priorities Project
|Filename||The Real US National Security Budget.pdf|
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|Created On:||11/21/2011 18:42|
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|Last updated on||11/21/2011 18:58|