Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tuesday items.

John Tamny explains that in recession, the money supply should contract.

On CNN, Steve Forbes
debates Mort Zuckerman on tax cuts.

At The Kudlow Report, Forbes takes on Howard Dean.

From Fox News Sunday, Brith Hume defends lower tax rates.

U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) explains taxes and deficits to Chris Matthews.

Cato's Alan Reynolds disputes the one-job-for-every-five-applicants claim.

The Weekly Standard's Matthew Continetti correctly advocates a pro-growth agenda but omits the unstable dollar from his analysis.

Peter Beinhart marches to the progressive drum on tax hikes and deficits.

Supply-side critic Jonathan Chait advises congressional Democrats to extend middle class tax cuts only, forcing Republicans to filibuster, thereby restoring Clinton era tax rates.

In a 2008 paper, White House advisor Christina Romer and her husband find tax cuts to be stimulative.

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