Trump’s 2021 Budget: Big Gift for Military Spendthrifts

The annual charade of the Executive branch presenting a budget proposal for the next year began today. President Trump presented a massive $4.8 trillion budget proposal that gives the impression of slashing domestic spending while boosting spending on militarism. Do we really need what the Pentagon is buying? Do military spending increases really make us safer…or less safe? On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

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  1. Ah, nothing like the GOP slashing taxes on those who can most afford them while also increasing spending. It’s a masterpiece of messaging that they’re still considered the “responsible” party. And then they have the gall to complain about the ballooning deficit when a Dem is in office. And as we all know, money spent on the military means only bad things – defense contractors and their shareholders get richer, we spend money on destruction rather than anything constructive which would benefit regular Americans, and the gov’t continues to view the military as the solution to any overseas problem, which has repeatedly and continuously failed every single time for the last 70 plus years at least.

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