The debate continues over how to spend America's defense dollars.
Every day, the federal debt grows to new heights previously thought unimaginable. In 2008, fiscal hawks such as the late, great Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) were apoplectic that the national debt was at $10 trillion. Just 12 short years later, taxpayers are being asked to foot an astounding $25 trillion bill for federal debt. And the spending palooza shows no signs of letting up as lawmakers and...
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