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If Everything is Infrastructure, Common Ground will be Hard to Find

By on July 25, 2021
If Everything is Infrastructure, Common Ground will be Hard to Find

by JAY COST

Because Democrats view infrastructure spending in part as a way to transfer wealth from the rich to the poor, they have no problem raising taxes to finance such projects.

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When it Comes to Leading on Infrastructure, Biden should be Like Ike

By on July 25, 2021
When it Comes to Leading on Infrastructure, Biden should be Like Ike

by LEE LACY

Eisenhower was the driving force behind what would become not only the largest public works project ever constructed in the United States, but a project that would ultimately bear his name.

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Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

By on September 23, 2020
Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

by DAVID DOLLAR

American officials have criticized the program as “debt trap diplomacy.” While it is hard to find evidence of debt trap diplomacy, there are real concerns about debt sustainability.

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A Smart Investment to Fuel Economic Growth

By on August 3, 2020
A Smart Investment to Fuel Economic Growth

by JOHN ROBERT SMITH

An infrastructure plan with a strict focus on repair could help put people back to work while fixing a perpetual source of frustration.

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Building the Infrastructure for Rural Prosperity

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
Building the Infrastructure  for Rural Prosperity

by JOE A. SUMNERS

Community-based initiatives that foster citizen engagement and support workforce development are critical to the success of rural communities. An effort underway here in Alabama is a good example.

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