Monday, January 17, 2011

Monday items.

Bloomberg reports on Robert Mundell’s continued call for a stable yuan.

quotes President Hu Jintao, ahead of this week's visit, calling the U.S. dollar-dominated currency system a "product of the past" and highlighting moves to turn the yuan into a global currency.

From last week’s Kudlow Report, Larry Kudlow
supports getting tough on China:

The NY Sun
responds to claims that the Arizona gunman damaged the case for the gold standard.

A new website
encourages U.S. Rep. Mike Pence (IN) to run for president (hat tip: Ralph Benko).

The NY Sun
suggests Pence is superior due to his sound money advocacy.

From earlier this month, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI)
discusses his agenda for spending cuts but includes sound money as crucial to restoring prosperity:

On The NY Sun, Larry Kudlow worries inflation may undermine the recovery.

At New World Economics, Nathan Lewis
explains what goes into base money.

The Atlantic’s Daniel Indiviglio
makes a weak case for the Federal Reserve.

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