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No, We Should Not Lift the Military Sequester

By Kevin Williamson, National Review - March 18, 2015

Defense spending is simply irresistible, in the sense that it has the Pentagon and Congress singing a line from that wretched old Robert Palmer chestnut: “There’s no telling where the money went.” The money, or the “small arms, ammunition, night-vision goggles, patrol boats, vehicles, and other supplies,” either —  as the Washington Post reports, cataloging the gear that the Defense Department sends to Yemen that it no longer can account for and that almost certainly is headed into the arsenals of the Osama bin Laden Fan Club or friends of the atomic ayatollahs.

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