Author Archives: Ross Marchand
Turns out beleaguered agencies are capable of ending reckless private partnerships.
And without direct action from the U.S. and Europe, the problem will never be fixed.
Let’s start by ending sweetheart deals to giant e-commerce companies, like Amazon.
Despite using compromised technology, they’re now offering cyber protections to ordinary Americans. What could go wrong?
The plane has cost taxpayers an estimated $1.5 trillion and it’s still not ready for action.
Digging beyond the Tweet, real reporting shows the president gets it right once in a while.
Congress is doing little to curb this opaque authority, another rabbit warren in the military industrial complex.
Taxpayers are paying billions for ineffective, corrupt, and in some cases predatory Blue Hats. Why?
About this, at least, Donald Trump is right.
And this is after a record-spending budget agreement was already signed.
Think they’re reining in military waste? Watch the shell game.
“Where the elite, meet”—and reaffirm their mutual interests on either side of the revolving door.
Contra Tyler Cowen, legislative gridlock was a huge problem long before pork was supposedly banned.
The Pentagon’s spending priorities are upside-down, and it’s putting our national security at risk.
from The American Conservative