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After the Deficit Committee, A New Propaganda Push From the War Profiteers

Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe | Posted 01.29.2012 | Politics
Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe

We've got to push back with the truth: military spending costs jobs compared to other ways of spending the money.

The Only Job a War Industry CEO Cares About: His Own

Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe | Posted 12.25.2011 | Politics
Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe

CEOs of the biggest military contracting corporations published a report today that has absolutely no use in predicting the actual economic effects of cuts to the military budget.

Panetta Starts Singing Contractors' Tune After Closed-Door Meeting

Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe | Posted 11.16.2011 | Politics
Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe

Panetta and his counterparts in the war industry can play Chicken Little all they want about war budget spending cuts, but they can't change the simple fact that military spending is terrible at creating jobs.

Military Contractors Make Their Move on the Deficit Committee

Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe | Posted 11.13.2011 | Politics
Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe

The new deficit commission is holding its first substantive meeting on Tuesday, and the military contractors are out in force to protect their profits.

The War Budget Is Burning Down Our Economy

Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe | Posted 11.08.2011 | Politics
Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe

The simple truth is that, beyond war industry hype, military spending costs us jobs.

Dan Froomkin

As Defense Industry Girds For Battle, Rhetoric Overshoots Reality

HuffingtonPost.com | Dan Froomkin | Posted 10.18.2011 | Politics

Facing the possibility of actual defense spending cuts for the first time since the end of the Cold War, the nation's biggest defense contractors have...

Second To Who? City Claims Chicago Stole New Tourism Slogan

Posted 08.29.2011 | Chicago

Earlier this week, the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau rolled out a big, $6 million campaign promoting travel to the city. The centerpiece of th...