Senate on the Polarized Express with NDAA

There’s only one December flurry that’s bigger than the snow in D.C. — and that’s the rush to pass the NDAA. The National Defense Authorization Act has been the one constant in a city where consensus is rarer than a Santa sighting. The military’s spending bill passes so reliably that it hasn’t missed a year since West Side Story was in the theaters, and gas cost 27 cents a gallon! But that 60-year streak is on the line right now, and there’s no one to blame but radical Democrats.

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FY 2022 NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT


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