Red Ice News

The Future is the Past

The Broken Window Fallacy (Video)
New to Red Ice? Start Here!

The Broken Window Fallacy (Video)

Source: youtu.be

Video from: YouTube.com

Shovel ready
"A project is considered shovel ready if it has advanced to the stage that laborers may immediately be employed to start work. The term is used in reference to projects which are candidates for economic stimulus spending: money put into a shovel ready project will have a more immediate impact on the economy than money spent on a project on which a great deal of time must elapse for architecture, zoning, legal considerations or other such factors before labor can be deployed on it.

President Barack Obama used the term to describe projects for his stimulus plan on a Meet the Press interview on December 6, 2008."
Source


"Keep digging! The economy’s down there somewhere!."

Image: Source

Comments

We're Hiring

We are looking for a professional video editor, animator and graphics expert that can join us full time to work on our video productions.

Apply

Help Out

Sign up for a membership to support Red Ice. If you want to help advance our efforts further, please:

Donate

Tips

Send us a news tip or a
Guest suggestion

Send Tip

Related News

The Broken Window Fallacy
The Broken Window Fallacy
Down the Tube: YouTube Quietly Launches New Censorship Scheme Designed to Limit Access to Videos
Down the Tube: YouTube Quietly Launches New Censorship Scheme Designed to Limit Access to Videos

Archives Pick

Red Ice T-Shirts

Red Ice Radio

3Fourteen

How Right Wing Is Japan Today?
Yoko Mada - How Right Wing Is Japan Today?
European Cooking & Philosophy
Elisabeth - European Cooking & Philosophy

TV

What’s Really Happening in Saudi Arabia?
Patrick Le Brun - What’s Really Happening in Saudi Arabia?
Weekend Warrior Ep48 - The Problem of White Males Realizing They Have No Future
Weekend Warrior Ep48 - The Problem of White Males Realizing They Have No Future

RSSYoutubeGoogle+iTunesSoundCloudStitcherTuneIn

Design by Henrik Palmgren © Red Ice Privacy Policy