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

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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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Details of budget cuts that kept the government open are now being revealed. Despite some accounting gimmicks, reductions will cause real pain.

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Details of budget cuts that kept the government open are now being revealed. Despite some accounting gimmicks, reductions will cause real pain.

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