Monday, June 28, 2010

Monday round up.

In The WSJ, Steve Forbes refutes Hillary Clinton's claim that the rich don't pay their fair share.

Larry Kudlow suggests lower spending is the road to economic growth.

John Tamny sees government accountability as a one-way street.

Don Luskin translates the FOMC's latest report.

Terence Corcoran points to pressure on China to raise the yuan as protectionist.

In Forbes, Reihan Salam predicts a slow-growth decade.

A Crains columnist reports on an Art Laffer speech.

Russ Roberts claims Hayek is more relevant today than Keynes.

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard expects inflation.

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