According to Cost Of War Project, the average homeowner had to pay $600 more in mortgage payments because of the rising interest due to war borrowing.
And that’s just the financial cost to American homeowners. Check out the human cost, in civilian’s lives on the ground.
Here’s more on Cost of War, which includes
more than 30 economists, anthropologists, lawyers, humanitarian personnel, and political scientists as the first comprehensive analysis of over a decade of wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan.
For another view, go here, to a similar effort from National Priorities Project.