Mackenzie Eaglen

Heritage Foundation

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Research fellow for national security studies at The Heritage Foundation, specializing in defense strategy, military readiness, and the defense budget

Mackenzie Eaglen on KCRW

As the Senate and Congress decide whether to ratify  Friday's budget deal , one department getting an increase is the Pentagon, which spends some 20 percent of America's tax dollars.

Amid Stiff Budget Cuts, the Pentagon Gets a Raise

As the Senate and Congress decide whether to ratify Friday's budget deal , one department getting an increase is the Pentagon, which spends some 20 percent of America's tax dollars.

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