Infrastructure

Construction on California's high-speed rail project has already begun.

Infrastructure Bank Needed for California Rail

Feb. 18, 2019—The need for a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB), built along Hamiltonian principles, has come sharply to the fore in the current debate/uproar over the fate of California’s plans for a high-speed rail connection between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Establish a national bank with long-term, low-interest credit, capitalized […]

by February 18, 2019 Infrastructure, News Shorts
The Hoover Dam, completed during FDR's presidency, was a huge boon to the state of Arizona by providing electricity and water . (Bureau of Reclamation)

Arizona Legislators Join Drive for National Infrastructure Bank

Feb. 5, 2019—On Feb. 4, a group of Arizona legislators, led by State Senator Juan Mendez, joined the national movement to get Congress to reimpose Glass-Steagall and establish a Hamiltonian National Infrastructure Bank. SM1001, a “Memorial urging Congress to reinstate portions of the Glass-Steagall Act and to support national banking […]

by February 5, 2019 Infrastructure, News
The 100-year old bridge over the Columbia River connecting Oregon and Washington state. (wikipedia)

Congress to Begin Debating Infrastructure

Feb. 2, 2019—Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Or), Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, will convene his first hearing on the nation’s infrastructure needs on Thursday, Feb. 7. According to the announcement on the Committee’s site, the hearing is entitled “The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Investing in Our Nation’s […]

by February 2, 2019 Infrastructure, News Shorts
Video is available here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnCaBx9oxsc&feature=youtu.be

Video: The Fight for the National Infrastructure Bank 2019

  The full National Infrastructure Bank proposal can be found here.

by January 13, 2019 Infrastructure, News
The Need for Hamiltonian National Banking Today

The Need for Hamiltonian National Banking Today

The Need for Hamiltonian Banking Today contrasts his banking principles with those of Wall Street.

by December 12, 2018 Commentary, Infrastructure

Updated National Infrastructure Bank Video on Facebook

See how America can rebuild its collapsing infrastructure, on the vast scale required, founded upon  historic precedents, and the bank will not create new debt!

by November 21, 2018 Infrastructure, Infrastructure Bank
The Portal Bridge, a key link on the Northeast rail corridor.

Updated National Infrastructure Bank Slideshow Now Available

Nov. 15, 2018–The slide show delivered by macro-economist Alphecca Muttardy on Nov. 13 in Washington,D.C. is now available here as a PDF. Although many of the slides are self-explanatory, you may find it useful to review them alongside our news report, which is available here. As the weekly disruptions of […]

by November 15, 2018 Infrastructure, News
Total Factor Productivity by Decade. The collapse has not been reversed.

Productivity Is in the Basement: We Need a Real Recovery!

By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 11, 2018—In its quarterly release Nov. 1, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) threw a wet blanket on those who have been claiming that this year’s job growth has led to a qualitative improvement in the U.S. economy. The BLS stated that productivity growth between […]

by November 11, 2018 Infrastructure, News
Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood

Ray LaHood Promotes Federal Infrastructure Spending

Nov. 9, 2018—Speaking to CNBC on Nov. 8, former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood laid out his current thinking on the prospects for a bipartisan Federal infrastructure plan. LaHood, a former Transportation Secretary and long-time proponent of major federal infrastructive spending, pinned his hopes on President Trump supporting an increase […]

by November 10, 2018 Infrastructure, News Shorts
Rep. DeFazio in his campaign photo.

A New Opportunity for a National Infrastructure Agenda?

By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 7, 2018—One thing is definitive about the results of the U.S. mid-term elections: Neither political party put a solution to the country’s economic and financial disaster on the national agenda.  That doesn’t mean that many of the new Democratic members of Congress don’t have a strong […]

by November 8, 2018 Infrastructure, News