Sunday, December 5, 2010

Friday items.

A FreedomWorks press release says the organization will co-sponsor a panel discussion in Washington this week on sound money.

From Wednesday, Larry Kudlow reports on the stock market’s progress.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore analyzes the high jobless numbers:

At Encima Global, David Malpass assesses the jobless report.

On RCM, John Tamny takes a counter intuitive view of a US-debt default.

At Reason, Nick Gillespie downplays the role of economic growth in the current deficit:

The NY Sun notes silver's recent rise.

At National Review, Rich Lowry praises entrepreneurial innovation.

From the Mises Institute, George Selgin suggests the Fed has been a failure:

In The WSJ, John H. Cochrane suggests national debt defaults are preferable to bailouts.

On NRO, Kevin Williamson scolds Americans for Tax Reform for opposing the Simpson-Bowles tax plan.

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