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Tim Mariner
Tim Mariner Campaign leader

A powerpoint about the top ten countires the United States owes money to.

HowStuffWorks "Top 10 Countries the U.S. Owes Money To"

Top 10 Countries the U.S. Owes Money To In 1989, New York real estate investor Seymour Durst spent $120,000 to erect a "National Debt Clock" in Times Square to track the exact amount of money that the U.S. federal government was borrowing to pay its bills. At the time, the country had run up a $2.7 trillion tab, but that figure seems almost…Read More
Tim Mariner
Tim Mariner Campaign leader

News about President Obama planning to cut 100,000 Troops and invest in more air and naval power instead because of fiscal restraint.

Obama to Cut 80,000 Troops from U.S. Army, More than 20,000 from Marine Corps

Reuters reports:  The Obama administration will unveil a "more realistic" vision for the military on Thursday, with plans to cut tens of thousands of ground troops and invest more in air and sea power at a time of fiscal restraint, officials familiar with the plans said on Wednesday. [...] Though specific budget cut and troop reduction figures…Read More
Tim Mariner
Tim Mariner Campaign leader

It explains chinas double digit increase on their military spending because of their regional conflict with japan and how Military spending…Read More

Global military spending is now an integral part of capitalism

the Guardian
China has embarked on a sequence of double-digit increases in defence spending. Photograph: Chinafotopress/Getty Images China's surge in military spending gains headlines, partly because of the ominous implications regarding its regional contest with Japan, but it's the deeper structures of military spending in general that are far more…Read More
Tim Mariner
Tim Mariner Campaign leader

Shows l a list of world diseases that are usually forgotten about, they money being spent on military s could be used to help the people…Read More

Diseases—Ignored Global Killers — Global Issues

Author and Page information by Anup ShahThis Page Last Updated Saturday, October 02, 2010 Many people, most of them in tropical countries of the Third World, die of preventable, curable diseases.… Malaria, tuberculosis, acute lower-respiratory infections—in 1998, these claimed 6.1 million lives. People died because the drugs to treat those…Read More
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