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Roads to Ruin Roads to Ruin Opinion: "We’ve let private companies get away with the claim that efficiency will lead to cheaper and better highways when what it often leads to is massive taxpayer debt." November 11, 2014

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  • MisCubanization
  • MisCubanization

    Some 30 years of Canadian tourists enjoying new mom-and-pop restaurants have prepared no one in Cuba for the coming clash of political, religious and social cultures.
  • Roads to Ruin
  • Roads to Ruin

    Opinion: "We’ve let private companies get away with the claim that efficiency will lead to cheaper and better highways when what it often leads to is massive taxpayer debt."
  • Bypassing Sense
  • Bypassing Sense

    The Charlottesville Bypass, from just about every angle, is an extraordinary waste of taxpayer funds at a time when the state has no money for road construction.
  • Overgrown
  • Overgrown

    "Even before realizing that businesses often fail to create the jobs they’ve promised, it’s becoming increasingly clear that growth rarely, if ever, pays for itself."

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