The Murray-Ryan deal falls far short of what's needed to get our spending priorities right.
Diplomatic breakthroughs have stalled the momentum toward a U.S. war in Syria.
Getting rid of wasteful military spending would enhance America's economic health, along with our national security.
Every American should have been in the streets when our elected officials labeled cancer care for children as "nonessential."
A planned $11.6 billion uranium processing facility may serve no purpose at all.
Obama is trying to enhance U.S. national security by reducing the threat of nuclear weapons.
How can the United States afford to keep proving that it's bad at bringing peace to conflict-ridden Middle Eastern countries?
Lawmakers should make targeted and smart Pentagon budget cuts.