Monday, March 28, 2011

Monday items: Benko on last week's SSE conference; Lipsky on gold; Kudlow on oil prices.

On Forbes, Ralph Benko recounts the sound money consensus at last week’s supply-side conference in New York.

From Hillsdale, Seth Lipsky explains why the dollar should be defined in gold.

At NRO, Larry Kudlow sees the weak-dollar caused oil price spike as a tax hike.

On The Kudlow Report, Larry Kudlow hammers presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty on his lack of a growth message:

At The Motley Fool, Warren Buffett predicts the dollar will continue to decline.

From Think Markets, Andreas Hoffman recounts Robert Mundell’s theory of optimum currency areas.

On Asia Times, David Goldman doubts a Treasury market implosion.

From last week in The NYT, former Fed official Laurence H. Meyer argues inflation is not a worry.

On Forbes, Steve Forbes advocates increased oil drilling.

In The NYT, Greg Mankiw predicts a U.S. debt crisis.

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