Easy Way the Pentagon Could Save Some Money
7:04 AM, Aug 26, 2013 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
The Department of Defense is looking at some serious cutbacks in its civilian workforce, as Tony Capaccio of Bloomberg writes:
The most persuasive criticism of the sequester has always been that it would do long term, serious damage to the nation's armed services. Which, as we see with recent developments in Syria, needs to be capable of responding to all sorts of situations, not all of them easily foreseen.
But the DOD probably does not need to send money to something called the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute which is, as Jason Howerton of the Blaze reports, is supplying the Pentagon with
No surprise, then, that the material cites the:
And includes such gems as:
Whatever the Pentagon is spending on this tripe, it is too much.
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