Sunday, September 12, 2010

Friday round up.

Don Luskin advises the President to keep taxes low.

At Forbes, David Malpass outlines a pro-growth agenda.

On Fox Business News, David Stockman says the taxes should rise.

At RCM, John Tamny predicts a return to a gold-backed currency.

A Heritage Foundation report opposes pressuring China to revalue the yuan.

In The NYT, Alan Tonelson and Kevin Kearns argue America's stimulus is flowing offshore.

Wells Fargo reports the trade deficit fell last month.

An Econlog podcast suggests Fed policy is the new central planning.

On The Kudlow Report, Kudlow debates rolling back Obamacare.


  1. Rich Americans Save Taxcuts Instead of Spending, Moody's says:

  2. Right. From a supply-side perspective, saving is good. Demand-siders think consumption is preferable to saving.