Some members of the U.S. military, especially those serving at some of the most expensive duty assignments, are set to receive a cut in monthly allowance designed to offset the high costs of living. According to a report from Military.com, the Defense Department will make a second round of cuts to troops’ overseas cost-of-living allowances (OCOLA) next month, with the final cut coming on Nov. 15 and affecting members’ Dec. 1 paychecks.
It seems a bit odd — unfair, even — that those who are already sacrificing to protect their country are being asked to take multiple cuts in pay by the very nation that they are serving. All the more so since, despite Bidenflation, so many others are getting freebies. Students are having their government loans forgiven, addicts are receiving free crack pipes and other accoutrements...and illegal aliens are getting cash and services thrown at them as if out of an industrial-strength Pez dispenser run amok.
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