Saturday, September 11, 2010

Thursday items.

The WSJ editorializes against the President's new tax proposal.

At RCM, John Tamny argues the President's plan won't have a positive long term impact.

The WSJ sponsors a symposium on Fed policy.

At The Kudlow Report, Larry interviews FDIC chairperson Sheila Blair on housing.

At The American, Arnold Kling explains what prevents innovation in health care and education.

On NRO, Kevin Williamson rebuts Jonathan Chait's attack on Mitch Daniels.

At Cato, Dan Mitchell pits President Obama's view of taxes against JFK.

Also at Cato, Mitchell comments on Fidel Castro's admission that Cuba's economic model doesn't work.

In The NY Review of Books, Paul Krugman and Robin Wells analyze the slumping economy.

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