Military Spending On The Agenda As U.S. Mayors MeetMoney spent on wars in Afghanistan and Iraq should be spent at home under a resolution proposed Friday by U.S. mayors that calls on Congress to hasten the end of the wars. The resolution proposed at the opening of the U.S. Conference of Mayors annual meeting calls on Congress to redirect the military spending to domestic priorities. The resolution says $126 billion is being spent each year on the wars that should be spent at home to create jobs, rebuild infrastructure, develop sustainable energy and provide for other needs.
Nancy Pelosi Credits Baltimore For Her Later SuccessFrom Little Italy to the halls of Congress, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi blazed a trail for America's women.