Friday, December 24, 2010

Friday items.

Sorry for the lack of updates this week. Holiday travel has kept me away from the laptop.

In The WSJ, Alan Reynolds rebuts the claim that U.S. tax policy disproportionately benefits top taxpayers.

At The Future of Capitalism, Reynolds clarifies further.

On Forbes, Ralph Benko sees U.S. Rep. Mike Pence (IN) as the leading pro-growth Republican, and calls for him to run for president.

At The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin examines fears of municipal bond meltdowns:

On RCM, John Tamny defends speculators as vital to healthy markets.

At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic clarifies George H.W. Bush’s “voodoo economics” statement.

On Bloomberg, Dan Mitchell says the tax deal will help business and the economy.

On Fox Business, Steve Forbes analyzes the options for tax reform:

Also in Forbes, Rich Karlgaard explains the secrets of economic health.

On NRO, Michael Barone notes the fastest growth states over the last decade were those without income taxes.

Also at NRO, Deroy Murdock defends top rate tax payers.

On The Freeman, Christopher Lingle disputes the notion that consumption drives economic growth.

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