“Infrastructure” is a constant refrain mentioned by elected officials in Washington DC. Traditionally, they refer to fixing roads, ports, rails, flood control, potable water systems, and airports. The topic of infrastructure is less contentious than that of broadening health care coverage. Old-style infrastructure projects normally call for construction labor and pre-cast cement, steel shapes and […]
Zack Christenson, ACI’s digital tech writer, has written an excellent piece that discusses new information on whether the U.S. is behind Europe in term of broadband services and investment. His piece can be read in full, in the Daily Caller.
A recent New York Times story asked if higher inflation is needed. Some favor allowing inflation to increase to 6%, kick-starting our stalled economy. Since the Federal Reserve (Fed) is likely to change interest rates in the near future, consumers should understand the consequences. The traditional Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures price changes in a […]