Thursday, February 10, 2011

Thursday round up.

In The WSJ, Art Laffer recounts Reaganomics' successes.

At NRO, Larry Kudlow
discounts the parallels between Reagan and Obama.

On CNN, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI)
questions Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on inflation:

At Bloomberg, Caroline Baum
cites the latest example of how a falling dollar changes business behavior.

On RCM, Louis Woodhill
suggests unions are out of step with the 21st century economy.

From last week, Paul Krugman
notes the lower median income since 1973, but fails to connect it to the end of the dollar’s peg to gold.

From the archive, Nathan Lewis
explains the falling dollar’s impact on U.S. wages.

In last month’s WSJ, Dilbert creator Scott Adams
recommends alternative ways to raise taxes on the rich.

provides a satirical look at supply-side economics. (Hat tip: Yoram Bauman.)

1 comment:

  1. It's quite scary just how clueless Bernanke is. He can't go fast enough!