The Glory of the Rails by Tony Judt | The New York... →
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LICD: The Webcomic - ‘A-yep’ http://t.co/TA3araV A response to the #teaparty response to the #GOP response to the #SOTU
Roads, Bridges, High-Speed Rail Are at Top Obama's... →
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The Worden Report: On the Politics of Knowlege:... →
wordenreport: Baudrillard (1974) writes of “hyper-reality,” which arises when productions, perhaps created by publicists and other spin doctors, become the reality that is taken seriously—at the expense of the originals. Consider, for example, the modern art of Andy Warhal. His portrats are not exactly pure…
RT @TrainsMagazine: Iowa Gov to cut #rail projects http://bit.ly/fwZNum #Amtrak \Great job Iowa! Who needs development or infrastructure?!
Get ready, the GOP wants to be the only abbreviation in town! They are proposing cutting all funding to PBS, NPR, CDC, ATC, NIH & more!
Rightwing? Tax cuts for millionaires but slash cancer funding & education! No place for gov’t in a Libertarian Utopia!* Bootlick Edwards from CATO still has drool on him from sucking up to the Koch Bros. & their Libertarian lackeys. *If you’re not a millionaire, your opinion is irrelevent, work harder.
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The World from The Hill: U.N. funding an early target for House Republicans - TheHill.com http://t.co/hk8BCTT GOP loves old ideas
Senator Keith Olbermann http://t.co/LkRsFOs A very good idea. I think Connecticut would agree.
The Naked City: Parking lots as polluters →
It is time to let the Suburbs Grow Up.
What we’re doing when we are paying taxes is buying a product. So the...– In Norway, Start-ups Say Ja to Socialism
Garden Party →
What is the urban dweller’s relationship to nature supposed to be?
House Republicans Zero in on High Speed Rail →
Grandstanding from feckless politicians that happens to kill jobs of their constituents and condemns the US to living in the late 20th century.
The news story actually addresses all rail infrastructure, not just Highspeed Rail. The businessman from Wisconsin who advocates dialogue and investment, and bemoans the loss of work hours whilst in traffic should be a spokesman for any business leader or conservative in the state who is in disagreement with the political machinations of Gov. Scott Walker and his asphalt-lobby cronies.
Let’s build cities for people (not cars). →
At what scale should we build our cities? And at what density?