Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Tuesday summary.

On Asia Times, David Goldman recounts his quantitative easing-related investments.

At RCM, John Tamny explains that the repatriation tax doesn’t keep dollars offshore.

On CNBC, Americans for Tax Reform’s Grover Norquist
tax policy:

At The New Republic, supply-side critic Jonathan Chait
advises Democrats to vote separately on extending tax rates for middle versus upper income earners.

On Forbes, Brian Wesbury and Robert Stein
view increased U.S. imports as a positive sign.

From last week, Art Laffer
debates government’s impact on the economy:

From Alhambra Investment, Joseph Y. Calhoun, III suggests quantitative easing will harm average people.

At Cato, Dan Mitchell
wonders if death taxes impact people dying.

At last weekend’s Jon Stewart Rally, Second City
asks, “Is President Obama a Keynesian?”:

On Forbes, Rick Karlgaard
handicaps likely Republican presidential contenders from a business perspective.

On NRO, Thomas Sowell
reviews a new book on the Great Depression.

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