Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wednesday items.

Housekeeping notes:

The American Principles Project has initiated the Gold Standard 2012 project, now added under Links.

Thanks to Bob Landry for suggesting Lewis Lehrman’s 1980 paper, “Monetary Policy, the Federal Reserve System, and Gold,” now in the Classic Articles section.

In The WSJ, Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) outlines a growth agenda focused on tax reform, lighter regulation, and spending cuts. Sound money doesn’t rate a mention.

On Smart Money, Don Luskin explains the impact of recent jobs numbers on markets.
At NRO, Larry Kudlow suggests the President is off message on the economy.

On Kudlow, National Review’s Stephen Spruiell debates government's role in the current malaise:

At Forbes, Brian Wesbury advocates patience rather than short term fiscal and monetary stimuli.

On The American Spectator, Peter Ferrara critiques the President’s economic policy.

At CafĂ© Hayek, Don Boudreaux challenges Paul Krugman’s claim that the recent Keynesian spending surge didn’t happen.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore debates free trade’s impact on jobs:

Investor’s Business Daily applauds Fed Vice Chairman Yellen for her skepticism on quantitative easing.

The Atlas Sound Money Project reposts Reuven Brenner’s 2003 article, “Alan Goldspan.”

The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus hopes Republicans will follow Britain’s Tories with deep spending cuts and tax rate increases.

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