Infrastructure on Townhall

Townhall Magazine - Fri Jun 6

Before the mid-1960s, most of the nation’s transportation network was paid for by user fees and it was in pretty good shape. ... more

Scottie Hughes - Tue Feb 11

Debra J. Saunders - Tue Sep 10

John Stossel - Wed Aug 28

Michael Barone - Fri Jul 26

Marc Scribner - Tue Apr 2

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. ... more

Chris Edwards - Wed Feb 13

With regard to the Army Corps of Engineers, pork barrel politics, boondoggles, and environmental harm have been the modus operandi for more than a century. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Tue Feb 12

When the new and improved Bay Bridge debuts, it will have been 24 years since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake shook a big chunk out of the bridge's eastern span. ... more

Michael Medved - Wed Dec 12

The Obama administration and its allies are so eager to portray tax hikes on the rich as the solution to all our problems that they desperately desire to persuade the public that tax cuts for the rich caused all those problems in the first place. ... more