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When it Comes to Infrastructure, China Dreams Big

A while back I wrote about the extent to which China trailed us, not so much in manufacturing output, but in the institutional knowledge a country accumulates after a century’s worth of heavy industry. For all its potential and exponential growth, China, for example, had yet to learn the importance of clean water and air. […]

On Infrastructure and Wayward GOP Leaders

As I was watching the State of the Union address last night, a zillion thoughts crossed my mind, and I wanted to share two of them with you today. First, when the President was talking about the need for rebuilding our infrastructure – something about which I have been crowing for years – I thought […]

The Yin and Yang of U.S. Energy (or Why We Need a Policy)

First off, let’s get one thing straight. I take a back seat to no one when it comes to an appreciation for the transformative power of cheap energy. Sure, re-shoring has been a factor in helping bring about this renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, as are increased costs abroad and a spike in foreign worker demands. […]