Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Wednesday update.

In Forbes, Paul Hoffmeister urges Sen. Kyl (R-AZ) to embrace sound money as part of his pro-growth agenda.

On Asia Times, David Goldman mocks Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s claim that the U.S. will not devalue the dollar.

At The Kudlow Report, Dick Armey suggests big Tea Party wins will mean less corporate welfare and a sound dollar:

On Gordon Liddy’s radio show, John Tamny discusses gold, oil and the weak dollar.

At Smart Money, Don Luskin predicts higher stock prices.

Bloomberg reports inflation fears are raising Treasury bond yields.

At The Heritage Foundation’s Foundry blog, David Weinberger makes the historical case against raising tax rates in a recession, featuring this amusing clip from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”:

Cato’s Dan Mitchell argues against conservative acquiescence to a VAT tax.

In The Washington Examiner, AEI President Arthur Brooks analyzes the top 10 factors contributing to unemployment. Sound money doesn’t rate a mention.

In The WSJ, John Chambers and Safra Catz argue U.S. taxes on foreign income are keeping capital from being repatriated.

On CNBC, David Malpass
explains how Fed policy is damaging the economy:

In the UK, Prime Minister Cameron tests Jude Wanniski's
Two Santas Theory with budget austerity and tax increases.

From earlier this year in The Washington Examiner, Ralph Benko pays homage to supply-side guru Robert Mundell.

1 comment:

  1. I always loved that Ben Stein act in Ferris Buehler. At the time of course I had no idea what it was, but funny things can happen when your taste never develops and you watch the same movies for the next 20 years.