It’s time for everyone to see this.
Hint: What’s red and grew to 174% of what it was in 2001?
We hope this is just the first step in finally bringing all our troops home.
Let’s let the soldiers themselves tell the story:
If policies continue as-is, this is what public debt will look like in 2019.
Hey, Republicans, the federally funded programs necessary for helping middle class and poor people get by aren’t the cause of the growing deficit.
Yep, you read right. Since 2001, the U.S. has spent upwards of $1260 billion on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
It’s been eight years and five assassination attempts since women’s rights activist and former Afghan Parliament member Malalai Joya’s courageous speech against the Taliban’s unfair treatment of women and the corruption of warlords and the Karzai government.