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Delegate Sam Rasoul in 2014 (youtube)

Virginia Delegate Highlights the Issue of Poverty

Nov. 14, 2018—Delegate Sam Rasoul, who represents the 11th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, penned an oped in the Roanoke Times Nov. 11, in which he sought to direct attention to one of the fundamental economic crises facing the state, and implicitly the nation. Under the title “The […]

by November 14, 2018 0 comments 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 0 comments Infrastructure, News
This Hudson River Tunnel is more than 100 years old.

New York-New Jersey Leaders: Gateway Must Be Built!

by Nancy Spannaus Oct. 9, 2018—On September 4, dozens of elected officials, and leaders from the labor and business community in New Jersey held a press conference in Secaucus to demand that action be taken now to unblock federal funding for the Gateway Project that would replace the antiquated bridge […]

by October 9, 2018 0 comments Commentary, News
A DuPont worker, tasked with developing a new biodegradable plastic.

Industry Week Is on the Right Track

Sept. 21, 2018—An article in the monthly magazine Industry Week came across my desk this morning, and it was a pleasure to read.  Under the title “How Financialization Is Starving Manufacturing,” author Michael Collins reviews the work of Rana Faroohar, who, in her book Makers and Takers, systematically laid out […]

by September 21, 2018 0 comments News Shorts
The New Orleans sea barrier, completed in 2013.

Army Corps of Engineers Proposes Flood Protection for New York

Aug. 6, 2018—Six years after Hurricane Sandy, the Army Corps of Engineers has begun to present options for protecting the New York-New Jersey harbor area from future devastating storms. At stake is the fate of 16 million people living in the area; three airports; five major rail networks; the largest […]

by August 6, 2018 Comments are Disabled Infrastructure, News Shorts
CSX coal cars, a major component of Virginia rail traffic today.

A Proposed Infrastructure Program for Virginia

By Stuart Rosenblatt July 31, 2018–It is time for the nation to embark on a bold national mission, akin to the Kennedy Space Program of the 1960s and the Franklin Roosevelt New Deal and WWII economic mobilizations.  We are in the paradoxical situation where nominal job creation is continuing to […]

by July 31, 2018 Comments are Disabled Commentary