Sunday, November 21, 2010

Friday round up.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow sees Republicans emerging as the harder money party.

On Asia Times, David Goldman expects Ireland’s bailout not to work.

On Hong Kong TV, Nobel laureate and supply-side guru Robert Mundell assesses the global currency system:



A Heritage Foundation report argues that higher taxes on top earners will hurt the poor and middle class.

At NRO, Deroy Murdock suggests China bashers give it a rest.

Former Bush economist Keith Hennessy enumerates pro-growth policy options.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin discusses market instability:





The WSJ reports Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s defense of his QE plan.

In The Washington Times, University of Mississippi Professor William Shughart critiques QE2.

At Minyanville, David Stockman rebuts Warren Buffet’s defense of government bailouts.

On Café Hayek, Don Boudreaux seconds George Will’s doubts about the Fed’s dual mandate.

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