Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wednesday items.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow suggests the negative yield on inflation-adjusted securities is signaling inflation.

Cato’s Dan Griswold rebuts myths about free trade.

On Carpe Diem, Mark J. Perry explains that current account deficits are balanced by capital account surpluses:

At Café Hayek, Don Boudreaux defends free trade.

On Forbes, Brian Wesbury and Robert Stein argue
bullish investments have been more profitable than bearish.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin
debates the Fed’s feint towards lighter than expected monetary stimulus:

notes that low-tax states have better economies than high-tax states.

On Townhall, Thomas Sowell
recalls past tax cutting successes.

On NRO, Michael Tanner
urges Republicans to focus on deep, painful spending cuts.

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