How “non-stop wars” grew the U.S. debt

Non-stop wars have significantly contributed to the growth of the US debt. The government has spent trillions of dollars on military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries since the 9/11 attacks. The cost of these wars has been financed through borrowing, creating a massive increase in the national debt. The government has also provided tax cuts and increased spending on domestic programs, which have further contributed to the debt. The US debt has now reached over $28 trillion, and the government faces the challenge of managing its debt while still addressing pressing domestic issues and global threats.