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Justice John Ikyeh, and Portland Ore and its expanding service between Raleigh and Charlotte where ridership has nearly tripled since 2005 You need a pretty crimped sense of "somewhere" to argue that the money is going "mostly nowhere" One can certainly argue the money should have gone elsewhere Its nice that a new bridge and other Missouri projects have improved on-time performance between Kansas City and St Louis from about 20 percent to 80 percent but thats still not a popular train route Floridas Scott and Wisconsins Republican governor Scott Walker both scuttled solid projectsthe $45 million their states spent beforehand was the only inarguably wasted high-speed rail moneybut Ohios Republican governor John Kasich had a strong case for scuttling an absurdly slow-speed project in his state Many critics have suggested Obama should have focused on the Northeast Corridor between Boston and Washington which is wildly popularand profitableeven though its much slower than it should be In fact the Administration has steered about $850 million to the Northeast Corridor Szabo was in Trenton last week to tout a massive upgrade to an 80-year-old electrical system that will reduce delays and increase top speeds to 160 mph on Americas most traveled 23-mile stretch of track The work will be a prototype for projects along the rest of the corridor where rail has already replaced air as the dominant form of travel even though logjams keep average speeds at 70 mph Still its true that the bullet-train rhetoric from Obama and the White Houses main train buff Vice President Joe Biden has not lived up to the bullet-train reality Its also true that the Administrations spread-it-thin strategy featuring incremental improvements in 32 states is hard to justify in a vacuum You need to walk before you can run but it doesnt make much sense to upgrade trains from slow speeds to semi-slow speeds if theyre never going to be able to compete with cars or planes Thats why in 2011 Biden announced a new six-year $53 billion plan to expand high-speed rail beyond the initial stimulus investments a plan that would have built much more groundwork for a truly competitive national passenger rail network That plan however really has gone nowhere Once Republicans took over the House Congress stopped appropriating money for high-speed rail Period There was never any chance that bullet trains would be whizzing all over America by now but the reason theres no realistic prospect of that happening anytime soon has nothing to do with executive incompetence and everything to do with politics And while I love the New York Timeseven when it publishes ludicrous essays slagging my hometownits validation of the "mostly nowhere" nonsense will help make sure America’s passenger rail system remains a global joke Contact us at editors@timecomThe first week of the Trump presidency is on the books and it went exactly as should have been expected The businessman-turned-politician has bucked convention promulgated falsehoods and begun the work of implementing his agenda President Trump’s first foray onto the global stage as president is already a mixed bag As he hosts British Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss Brexit Syria and other global challenges Trump is still smarting from the cancellation of the planned visit of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto The controversy was only heightened after the White House floated and then walked back a proposal for a 20% tax on Mexican imports to pay for the border walla plan that would have in effect had American consumers paying for it But the more protectionist idea is something that the Trump administration is considering if in an altered form and signals that his rethinking of American trade policy is coming to fruition UN Ambassador Nikki Haley delivered a warning to foreign countries that the US involvement with the UN is changing”For those that don’t have our back we’re taking names” she said Friday It comes as the Trump administration seeks to redefine American foreign policy to one of “America First” What Trump’s wall plan could mean for consumers What to know about Trump’s SCOTUS finalists And what the First Family has been up to Here are your must reads: Must Reads Trump’s Plans Mean That the Cost of the Wall Could Be Passed on to US Consumers White House floats then walks-back a Mexico import tax [TIME] Here’s What to Know About President Trump’s 3 Supreme Court Finalists Announcement to come Thursday [TIME] In Trump’s White House a Day of Confusion and Change A chaotic first week [Associated Press] President Trumps First Seven Days of False Claims Inaccurate Statements and Exaggerations Fact-checking the president [Washington Post] Politics Newsletter Sign up to receive the day’s top political stories View Sample Sign Up Now Sound Off “We dont need this Some people have come in with evil intentions Most havent I guess but we cant take chances” President Trump to Sean Hannity on his planned immigration and refugee restrictions “I do believe we’re going to have a much better plan we’re going to have a cheaper plan I think it’s going to be a lot less expensive” Trump to Hannity on his Obamacare replacement plan Bits and Bites President Trump and Russia’s Putin Are Going to Talk on the Phone This Weekend [Reuters] Bowling Selfies Executive Orders: The Trump Family’s White House Instagrams [TIME] GOP airs old grievances in private Pence meeting [Politico] Trump pressured Park Service to find proof for his claims about inauguration crowd [Washington Post] Questions swirl after Trump admin says tax will pay for wall [Associated Press] Meet President Trump’s Official White House Photographer [TIME] In private meeting Pence vows full evaluation of voting rolls over claims of voting fraud [Washington Post] Write to Zeke J Miller at zekemiller@timecomHave a story idea? 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