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Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Steven Pressman
infrastructure

Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is The Wrong Road

The American Society of Civilian Engineers gave U.S. infrastructure a D+ grade in 2017, proclaiming $1.5 trillion’s worth of improvements was required over the next decade. They estimated that infrastructure deficiencies cost each U.S. household, on average, $3,400 annually.

April 17, 2018
Income Inequality

To Make America Great Again, Deal With Income Inequality

Why does it matter if the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer? Not only is greater inequality a threat to our democratic capitalist society, it’s bad for the economy and causes a whole host of other problems—including other items on the president’s list. Dealing with the problem of inequality will actually make America great, rather than simply irate.

January 2, 2017