Tag Archives: FY15NDAA

Spending Bills Clear Congress, Despite Delays | Nukes of Hazard Blog

After more than a few budget antics this weekend, both the FY15 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA, H.R. 3979) and FY15 Omnibus (H.R. 83), or “Cromnibus,” have cleared Congress. The…

The Pentagon Can Have Whatever It Wants. As Long As It’s Not Less Money | Reason.com

By Veronique de Rugy, Mercatus Center There is a lot of defense spending in your future. The proposed defense budget is $554.2 billion, including $64 billion in war spending. The…

Critics: Congress Expands ‘Slush Funds’ in Defense Bill | DoD Buzz

By Brendan McGarry Congress passed the annual defense bill, setting the stage for the Senate to vote on a massive spending deal designed to keep the government — including the…

Analysis of the NDAA and Cromnibus | Nukes of Hazard Blog

By Laicie Heeley Monstrous names must follow monstrous documents, because the so-called “Cromnibus,” filed yesterday in the House, clocks in at just over 1,600 pages. Now I know you were…

EDITORIAL: Defense bill wastes money | Washington Times

The Senate must cut the weapons the generals and admirals don’t want By THE WASHINGTON TIMES The House has passed the $585 billion Fiscal Year 2015 National Defense Authorization Act…