Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Wednesday items.

David Goldman predicts the federal government will bail out state governments.

In Forbes, Brian Wesbury and Robert Stein refute depression pessimists.

Joseph Calhoun thinks stocks are a bargain.

Forbes' Rich Karlgaard proposes ways to unleash sidelined wealth.

From May, Louis Woodhill explains that we can't tax our out of debt.

House Republicans pledge to make job creation their priority.

Newt Gingrich favors a pro-growth agenda.

George W. Bush economist Kevin Hassett opposes repealing the Bush tax cuts.

Prodigal supply-sider David Stockman offers his take on the Great Depression.

In The WSJ, Gerald P. O'Driscoll Jr.

discusses the Keynes vs. Hayek debate. (Full text here.)

Atlas Shrugged villain Paul Krugman says Keynesianism will work if government spends more.

Krugman also

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