When we think about security threats facing the nation, the vulnerability of our nations power grids doesnt exactly keep most Americans up at night. But should it?
Again, too close to call.
Here we go.
Before the mid-1960s, most of the nation’s transportation network was paid for by user fees and it was in pretty good shape.
Libertarians and transport economists for decades have advocated tolling as an alternative to fuel taxes, which have always been a poor proxy for charging users and have since become obsolete.