Sunday, September 19, 2010

Friday round up.

On The Kudlow Report, John Rutledge debates China currency policy.

editorializes that U.S. CPI and interest rates have been kept down, and the trade deficit elevated, by China's yuan sterilization policy, not its dollar peg.

At, Paul R. LaMonica
observes rising commodity prices and suggests stagflation.

Australia's Catallaxy Files
comments on Brian Domitrovic's Econoclasts and Jude Wanniski.

At The WSJ, Kimberly Strassel
suggests the President's stance on tax rates will hurt Democrats up in November.

argues the best response to rising poverty is economic growth, and that focus on inequality is counterproductive.

On Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett
suggests the Bush tax cuts did no economic good.

The Adam Smith Institute
offers a primer by Dr. Eamonn Butler on Austrian economics.

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