Tag Archives: Infrastructure

It’s the Infrastructure, Stupid.

Let’s call it a perfect storm of circumstance, shall we?  Consider: High unemployment in this country has stopped resembling a temporary malady and is starting to take on the look and feel of a chronic condition.  There remain, in other words, millions of Americans years removed from their last livable, meaningful full-time job. The economy, […]

The Politics of Economics, or Vice Versa

First off, let me say right off the bat that I am not a economist.  While I may have taken a few courses in college, I am no expert when it comes to the nuances of the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. But there are things I do understand.  As a manufacturer […]