I always view the Wall Street Journal with a certain measure of skepticism when it comes to reporting on the U.S. budget. But a new article highlights the hole wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have left on the economy. The price tag: $ 4 trillion.
Christopher Mims looks back at how the money could've been spent besides "stoking Americans' confusion over whether or not the world's 1.5 billion 'Muslims' are in fact a monolithic group whose every member is a terrorist."
After the jump, check his list and dream.