- The Friends Committee on National Legislation offers a complete list of its issues and resources here. Note especially the article on the new priorities in the FY 2010 federal budget.
- Check the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation page on national security spending here.
- Global Issues offers a comprehensive page on this topic here. Note in particular its pie chart (citing FCNL as its source) that shows the allocation of U.S. 2009 taxes: 44.4 percent current military spending and cost of past wars; 10.9 percent interest on non-military share of federal debt; 19.7 percent health care; 11.8 percent responses to poverty; 6.9 percent government operations; 2.5 percent science, energy and environment; 2.2 percent education and jobs; 1.5 percent diplomacy and needs abroad.
- Ready, Aim, Foreign Policy: A report from the Latin America Working Group Education Fund, Center for International Policy and the Washington Office on Latin America
- Center for Budget and Policy Priorities
|The National Priorities Project analyzes and clarifies federal data so that people can understand and influence how their tax dollars are spent. Visit its website and choose your jurisdiction to see how monies spent on war could be used in your community.|