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  • House NDAA Budget Gimmick May 11, 2016 Dan ZieglerNext week the House will take up the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), setting forth funding authorization levels and laws that guide our Department of Defense for the upcoming fiscal year. Late last month, the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) passed the bill out of committee that authorizes base defense spending at $551 billion ...
  • Obama’s Sneakiest Syria Maneuver September 12, 2014 Dan HollerThe Washington Post headline said it all: Congress may pass Obama’s Syria proposal — without technically voting on it. The Post explained: “n their bid to win support for the Syrian rebel training, White House officials have asked congressional leaders to include the measure on a temporary government funding bill … In other words: Under the scenario ...
  • Reduced Funding for OCO Would Damage Military Readiness June 13, 2013 Katherine RosarioAmendment #247 to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014, sponsored by Rep. Christ Van Hollen (D-MD), would reduce the funding level for overseas contingency operations (OCO), primarily for ongoing operations in Afghanistan, to the level in the revised Administration defense budget request from last month, explains Heritage’s Baker Spring.  Specifically, the revised request sets ...
  • Morning Action: Obama’s Gas Tax March 29, 2013 Dan HollerEPA.  Today, President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will move ahead with a rule that will make gasoline even more expensive. Oil industry officials, however, said the cost would be at least double the administration’s estimate and could add up to 9 cents a gallon in some places.  The proposed standards, which had been stuck in regulatory limbo since ...
  • Morning Action: Obama’s Theatrics February 22, 2013 Katherine RosarioHAGEL. The possibility that Chuck Hagel will be nominated as the next U.S. Defense Secretary has become more secure, in part due to Sen. Richard Shelby’s (R-AL) new position on the matter, despite well grounded reservations many hold about the nominee.  Reuters reports: Shelby joined almost every other Republican senator a week ago in delaying a ...