Her report notes that even the $5.6 trillion tally underestimates the true figures, as it doesn't capture "every budgetary expense related to these wars," such as state and local costs to take care of veterans; nor does it take into account the funds used for military equipment "gifts" to countries involved in the conflicts.
A spokesperson for a national democracy advocacy group will speak at the Doylestown Friends Meeting at 95 E. Oakland Ave. in Doylestown Borough from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4.
A small, ostensibly moneyless organization warrants investigation and front-page placement. Yet the many democracy movements across the country are never talked about.
Join us in stating that human, not corporations, are entitled to the personal rights guarantee in the constitution, and it’s in all of our interest not to allow money to speak louder than our desires to protect the communities and resources that we value.