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In an era where the biggest controversy in the current defense funding bill is over whether there's money for a wall, we at are challenging the fundamentals. Why do we need such a large defense budget? (Hint: we don't. And, by the way, it's not mainly defense: it's mainly offense.) Does it make sense to give, as the proposed DoD budget does, the power to a few cabinet officials about whether to go to war? (Hint: no.) And what about the U.S. government's support for the vicious Saudi government attacks on the innocents of Yemen?

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