Sunday, November 21, 2010

Weekend update.

On Forbes, Brian Domitrovic notes the best policy mix remains tighter money and lower tax rates.

At Hindu Business Online, distinguished Indian economist S.S. Tarapore defends Robert Zoellick’s recent gold proposal. (Hat tip: Ralph Benko)

Mr Zoellick is being burnt at the stake by anti-gold zealots as he has sounded the death knell of their religion.

As the new international monetary order emerges, however, Mr Zoellick may well be beatified and could be on the way to sainthood as the founder of a new religion. Charles de Gaulle and his adviser, Jacques Rueff, who called for a return to gold in 1965, are perhaps chuckling in heaven!

At New World Economics, Nathan Lewis analyzes Europe’s problems.

In Investor’s Business Daily, Alan Reynolds argues against permanent extension of the Bush tax cuts in favor of larger tax reform.

At NRO, Larry Kudlow reports on his interview with President George W. Bush.

From September, Domitrovic addresses a Tea Party gathering on the history of tax cuts:

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