Sunday, August 22, 2010

Weekend items.

On the Kudlow Report, Jim Glassman analyzes the economy.

At SmartMoney, Don Luskin examines China's economy.

In The American Spectator, Quin Hillyer outlines an agenda to restore the economy.

WSJ columnist Jeff Opdyke observes that gold mirrors the dollar's value but not necessarily the inflation rate.

Steve Forbes interviews Paul Volcker on financial regulation.

In The Weekly Standard, James Pethokoukis looks at what went wrong with Recovery Summer.

The NYT reports that small investors are leaving the stock market.

At This Week, George Will and Robert Reich spar over Herbert Hoover's balanced budget record, but omit his real mistakes: the Smoot-Hawley tariff and the Revenue Act of 1932, which raised the top tax rate from 25 to 63 percent.

Liberal Washington Post columnist Dan Balz urges Republicans to follow Britain's conservatives by raising taxes.

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