Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tuesday items.

In Forbes, Steve Forbes explains the weak dollar's role in the current malaise.

The WSJ editorializes that increased regulation and spending, likely tax hikes, and anti-business rhetoric are holding down the economy.

At Asia Times, David Goldman says Obamacare is depressing employment.

On the Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore debates eliminating corporate tax rates:

At The NY Post, Cato's Alan Reynolds argues more spending stimulus will not work.

At Bloomberg, Kevin Hassett suggests lower wages would raise employment.

At Cafe Hayek, Donald J. Boudreaux rebuts the Keynesian claim that World War II spending ended the Great Depression.

Larry Kudlow
applauds the President's proposal for 100 percent corporate investment write offs.

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