Stimulus Potholes

East Coast, National
Monday, January 11, 2010
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Men at work. Or not... (Courtesy Fremont.gov)

In a blistering report published today, the AP contends that the roughly $20 billion in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, né the Stimulus, dedicated to road and infrastructure spending did nothing to help create jobs over the past 10 months. The news is particularly damning because the House has proposed another $28 billion in road work in its latest jobs package, and in light of this news, those critical infrastructure projects—which are easily pegged as pork to begin will—could become the next health care debate. To wit: Read More

If Not President-Elect, Architect?

Eavesdroplet
Monday, November 10, 2008
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Jorge Rocha Antunes White House Redux

Jorge Rocha Antunes' White House Redux submission

Not since Thomas Jefferson have AN readers had such an advocate in the Oval Office! In a piece timed with Barack and Michelle Obama‘s historic White House visit today, the UK’s Telegraph has a list of 50 things you might not know about our President-Elect. And this little nugget caught our Eavesdrop eye:

He would have liked to have been an architect if he were not a politician.

Now we know the Obamas would definitely be interested in some redecorating ideas from the AN-sponsored White House Redux competition. Perhaps Jorge Rocha Antunes‘ proposal (above) where the White House is encased in an artificially-produced living organism?

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