Monday, February 14, 2011

Monday update.

On RCP, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI), Congress’s leading supply-sider, argues spending restraint is what the economy needs most.

At Forbes, Jeff Bell chides Republicans for focusing on the deficit rather than on the weak and volatile dollar (h/t: Rich Danker).

On The Kudlow Report, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (TX) talks monetary policy and China:

At Forbes, John Tamny explains the flaws in Fed Chairman Bernanke’s recent inflation comments.

The NY Sun editorializes on James Grant’s warnings about the dollar.

On The Gold Standard Now, Ralph Benko notes that a gold-backed dollar is honest money.

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore summarizes the relative size of recent spending increases:

At Bloomberg, Kevin Hassett applies the Laffer Curve to the corporate income tax.

In The NY Times, Greg Mankiw notes that economic growth is not a zero sum game.

Cato’s Dan Mitchell highlights the Reagan and Clinton presidencies as successful models of how to slow spending relative to growth.

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