Friday, August 28, 2015

Supply Side News: Stephen Moore discusses interest rates, The Federal Reserve; Larry Kudlow says Donald Trump’s protectionist policies would hurt economy; Seth Lipsky shines the spotlight on the Fed's annual conference in Jackson Hole and the right wing and left wing counterconferences occurring there simultaneously.

Politics and Government

On CNBC, Larry Kudlow says Donald Trump’s protectionist policies would hurt economy. 

Prof. Charles Calomiris, at Forbes.com, on how Donald Trump has his "facts" all wrong about China.

Monetary Policy

Seth Lipsky in the WSJ shines the spotlight on the Fed's annual conference in Jackson Hole and the right wing and left wing counterconferences occurring there simultaneously.

At CBN, Stephen Moore discusses interest rates, The Federal Reserve. 




At Alt-M, George Selgin reports on the Truman era when some Fed officials endorsed a proposed monetary commission.

Kurt Schuler, at Alt-M.org, gives a lucid succinct historical perspective on the world monetary order.

In The Daily Signal, Norbert Michel says The Fed cannot set interest rates. 

Valuewalk reports that Ray Dalio predicting short-term QE4, potential longer term troubles.

Larry Summers, in the FT, warns the Fed against raising rates this year.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Supply Side News: Stephen Moore explains the government insanity that prevents him from getting a home mortgage; Carly Fiorina attacks The Fed’s dual mandate.

Politics and Government

At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko says a party maverick like Senator Cruz or Senator Paul will oust Trump. 

Monetary Policy

On Fox Business, Carly Fiorina attacks The Fed’s dual mandate.  

From Forbes.com, Nathan Lewis lists 3 things everyone should know about the gold standard. 

On Fox Business, Dan Mitchell discusses the perils of easy money. 

From Huffington Post, Steve Hanke explains why China is in trouble. 

Regulatory Reform

At The Washington Times, Stephen Moore explains the government insanity that prevents him from getting a home mortgage.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Supply Side News: Art Laffer says there’s been no recovery since the great recession, The Fed’s low interest rates haven’t worked; On The Larry Kudlow Show, Peter Ferrara says 4% growth is possible; John Tamny reviews George Gilder's 21st Century Case For Gold, condemns monetarism

Politics and Government

On The Larry Kudlow Show, Peter Ferrara says 4% growth is possible. 

The Clash Of The Donalds: The NY Sun opines thoughtfully, on Donald Boudreaux calling Donald Trump an "economic imbecile.”

Jake Sherman and Burgess Everett in Politico report "Congress faces fall from hell."  Coming up:  the FAA; highway trust fund; CRs, raising the debt limit, Ex-Im bank....  And MORE.

Monetary Policy

On Fox Business, Art Laffer says there’s been no recovery since the great recession, The Fed’s low interest rates haven’t worked. 

John Tamny at Forbes.com reviews George Gilder's 21st Century Case For Gold, praises Steve Forbes, condemns monetarism.

From Forbes.com, Steve Forbes asks if China is becoming Japan. 

The Jackson Hole News and Guide features the dueling monetary conferences between the Federal Reserve and American Principles Project upcoming in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 

St. Louis Fed official says no evidence QE boosted economy. 

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Supply Side News: Stephen Moore explains why Hillary’s college tuition plan won’t work; Bob Patterson demolishes Gov. Christie's attack on social security, advises him to seek counsel from Larry Kudlow; Ralph Benko asks if the Fed is always wrong, how can its policies ever be right?

Politics and Government

Bob Patterson in The Washington Times, demolishes Gov. Christie's attack on social security, advises him to seek counsel from Larry Kudlow.

In The Washington Post, Jared Bernstein writes the economy was excluded from the first Republican debate. 

Monetary Policy

At Forbes.com,  Ralph Benko asks if the Fed is always wrong, how can its policies ever be right?

In The Hill, Judy Shelton says its time to restore sanity to the world’s monetary policy. 

At Newsmax, Steve Forbes says the quicker the Fed raises rates, the better.

In The WSJ, Jon Hilsenrath and Nick Timiraos write the Fed lacks ammo to deal with an economic downturn. 

Spending

In The Washington Times, Stephen Moore explains why Hillary’s college tuition plan won’t work. 

Supply Side News: Stephen Moore explains why Hillary’s college tuition plan won’t work; Bob Patterson demolishes Gov. Christie's attack on social security, advises him to seek counsel from Larry Kudlow; Ralph Benko asks if the Fed is always wrong, how can its policies ever be right?

Politics and Government

Bob Patterson in The Washington Times, demolishes Gov. Christie's attack on social security, advises him to seek counsel from Larry Kudlow.

In The Washington Post, Jared Bernstein writes the economy was excluded from the first Republican debate. 

Monetary Policy

In The Hill, Judy Shelton says its time to restore sanity to the world’s monetary policy. 

At Forbes.com,  Ralph Benko asks if the Fed is always wrong, how can its policies ever be right?

At Newsmax, Steve Forbes says the quicker the Fed raises rates, the better.

In The WSJ, Jon Hilsenrath and Nick Timiraos write the Fed lacks ammo to deal with an economic downturn. 

Spending


In The Washington Times, Stephen Moore explains why Hillary’s college tuition plan won’t work. 

Friday, August 14, 2015

Supply Side News: Steve Forbes says the GOP debate missed key economic issues; John Tamny writes China and North Korea are attempting to block out reality; Keynes's definitive biographer (and prominent Keynsian) Lord Skidelsky calls QE a failure.

Politics and Government

Steve Forbes writes in Forbes: Gad! In GOP Debate Three Big Issues Virtually Ignored: Obamacare, Taxes, And The Fed

Monetary Policy

At Forbes.com, John Tamny writes China and North Korea are attempting to block out reality. 

Keynes's definitive biographer (and prominent Keynsian) Lord Skidelsky calls the Fed's QE a policy failure: "The actual recovery measures we've taken, particularly quantitative easing, have actually skewed the recovery towards asset buying and real estate...."

Cato's Dr. George Selgin, at Alt-M.org, delivers a brilliant response to Narron and Morgan's recent Crisis Chroniclein the NY Fed's Liberty Street Economics on The California Gold Rush and the Gold Standard.

At IBD Cato's Dr. James Dorn drives (another) stake through the heart of Macroeconomics' own Walking Dead: the Phillips Curve.  The Thing That Couldn't Die!

In The Washington Post, Ylan Mui shows how protestors plan to take on The Fed. 

In The WSJ, Ben Leubsdorf discusses a new Wall Street Journal poll showing 82% of economists surveyed believe The Fed will hike rates in September. 

Monday, August 10, 2015

Supply Side News: Larry Kudlow writes Smoot-Trump falters as GOP ducks economy in the opening arguments; Ralph Benko builds on Larry Kudlow's analysis of how GOP presidential candidates are balking at presenting a strong, credible, economic growth message, attributing the cause to "The Money-Empathy Gap."

Politics and Government

At Real Clear Politics, Larry Kudlow writes Smoot-Trump falters as GOP ducks economy in the opening arguments; On CNBC, Larry Kudlow criticizes Donald Trump’s protectionist remarks.

Ralph Benko at Forbes.com builds on Larry Kudlow's analysis of how GOP presidential candidates are balking at presenting a strong, credible, economic growth message, attributing the cause to "The Money-Empathy Gap."

Monetary Policy

At Liberty Street Economics, James Narron and Don Morgan discuss the California gold rush and the gold standard. 

Tax

From The Daily Signal, Kate Scanlon covers Marco Rubio’s remarks on why we need tax reform. 

Regulatory Reform

In The Washington Times, Stephen Moore writes conservative coal towns are being destroyed by President Obama’s regulations. 

From Forbes.com, Norbert Michel debunks the myth of financial deregulation.