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1.  Former DoD OIG Official Sentenced for Accepting Bribes and Defrauding the United States  

2022-01-15


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ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A former official of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) was sentenced today to 7.5 years in prison for accepting bribes and defrauding the government, among other crimes. Now what about the bribe givers?
2.  Pentagon projected to hand $407 billion to private military contractors this fiscal year  

2022-01-02


NationofChange
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“Military spending involves a massive redistribution of wealth from the public to private sector.”
3.  Pentagon projected to hand $407 billion to private military contractors this fiscal year  

2021-12-31


Alternet.org
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President Joe Biden signed a record-shattering military budget earlier this week, and a new analysis published Thursday predicted that if recent contracting trends continue, the Pentagon will funnel $407 billion worth of public funds to private weapons makers this fiscal year—more than the federal governmen...
4.  Pentagon Projected to Hand $407 Billion to Private Military Contractors This Fiscal Year  

2021-12-31


Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
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“There are over 700 lobbyists representing for-profit military contractors in D.C., and this redistribution of wealth is why they're there.”
5.  Biden Signs $778 Billion NDAA Into Law  

2021-12-27


Antiwar dot com
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Congress gave the president an extra $25 billion The post Biden Signs $778 Billion NDAA Into Law appeared first on News From Antiwar.com.
7.  A $778 Billion Pentagon Budget Is Our Lump of Coal  

2021-12-23


Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
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As Congress passed a $778 billion war and military budget, about half of which will go to corporate contractors, they failed to pass the Build Back Better plan that costs less than a quarter of that annually, and would have delivered help to millions of people.