Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Wednesday round up.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn compares Obamanomics to Reaganomics.

From Monday, Larry Kudlow explains the flaws in David Stockman’s NYT attack on tax cuts.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman and Wayne Angell analyze Fed policy.

At First Things, Goldman comments further on demographics and deflation.

Brian Wesbury suggests the economy is better than some commentators let on.

Pajamas Media's Roger L. Simon compares this week's op-eds by Treasury's Tim Geithner and Art Laffer.

The Financial Times' Ambrose Evans-Pritchard points out that despite not having Fannie/Freddie, the Community Reinvestment Act, or an "artificially low" Fed Funds Rate, some European nations suffered greater real estate bubbles than the U.S.

Amity Schlaes suggests tax policy should focus on raising revenue, not influencing behavior.

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