Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Tuesday items.

Bloomberg columnist Amity Schlaes suggests George Soros's advice to Germany will weaken the euro.

At National Review, Raymond J. Keating is enthusiastic about supply-sider David Malpass's candidacy.

On The Kudlow Report, Steve Forbes points out that deficits from tax rate cuts are positive while deficits from higher spending are negative.

From the archives, President Kennedy argues for tax rate cuts to increase growth and balance the budget.

Austrian economist Peter Schiff believes spending cuts stimulate supply, which is key to recovery.

At Barrons, Randall W. Forsyth argues low interest rates point to deflation.

Goodbye Supply Side author Kevin D. Williamson calls on Republicans to itemize the spending they will cut.

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