Thursday, July 8, 2010

Thursday items.

In The WSJ, Art Laffer argues unemployment benefits extends unemployment.

David Goldman analyzes the unemployed.

Larry Kudlow interviews Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. Part 2 here.

From April, Dan Mitchell explains why raising taxes on capital is a mistake.

John Tamny reviews Austrian economist Thomas Woods’ new book.

Amity Schlaes cautions against listening to Depression predictions.

Peter Ferrara saw Obamanomics’ failure coming.

Karl Rove advocates a pro-growth agenda.

To maximize their gains, Republicans must go beyond promising to slash Democratic spending and reverse the Obama agenda (as important as these are). They also need to offer a competing agenda for increasing jobs and prosperity, and outline the concrete steps they will take to get back on the track for economic growth.

Paul Krugman fears his pro-growth advocacy will make him the left's Art Laffer.

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