Opinion Line

March 11, 2013 12:00 AM

Opinion Line (March 11)

America’s military-supplier network could be described as a taxpayer-funded, high-paying jobs program. But when corporate suppliers outsource the work to foreign nations to enhance their bottom line, it becomes more like a corporate-welfare or foreign-aid program, and that should be against the law.

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