Potholes and deficits What a winter! Even the potholes have potholes. Some bemoan Trump’s 2017 tax cut for corporate interests, saying that $1.9 trillion over the next decade might have been more wisely used to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure. Not me: I happily endure every bone-rattling jolt, secure in the knowledge that any day now untold benefits will “trickle down” from the sky like manna from heaven.

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