Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Wednesday articles.

Larry Kudlow sees a new tea-party Senate nucleus forming.

Former Dallas Federal Reserve President Bob McTeer says there can be no inflation because money supply is flat.

More than a decade ago, supply-sider Jude Wanniski pointed out that focusing solely on money supply was a mistake.

Art Laffer argues the low-tax environment of Texas helped it weather the recession.

As noted below, Dave Ranson recently wrote at The Wall Street Journal on the futility of raising taxes. Here’s a similar recent analysis from Nathan Lewis.

David Goldman analyzes the foreign financing of U.S. fiscal deficits.

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