Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Tuesday round up.

At The Washington Times, I advise the GOP to embrace a sound money message.

In his column, Larry Kudlow suggests Sen. McConnell (KT) is right to draw a line in the sand over taxes.

On The Kudlow Report, Sen. Jim DeMint (SC) discusses the cost of extending the Bush tax cuts.

On RCM, John Tamny reviews a new biography of Jacques Rueff.

Richard Rahn reports on a recent event honoring Margaret Thatcher.

On cnbc.com, Alan Reynolds argues high-frequency trading is encouraged by the Fed.

Also on Kudlow, Brian Wesbury analyzes the bond market.

Reuters reports Japan is intervening in forex markets to keep the yuan from rising.

On NPR’s Diane Rehm Show, Stephen Moore discusses Tea Party politics.

At The Las Vegas Review-Journal, Thomas Mitchell reiterates the argument that tax cuts can enhance revenue.

At Bloomberg, Caroline Baum criticizes government for continuing the policies that created the bubble.

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