Thursday, March 24, 2011

Thursday items: Manhattan Institute posts SSE conference video; Lehrman discusses gold; Domitrovic on floating currency and manufacturing.

At Reuters, James Pethokoukis gives this blog a shout out. Thanks James!

The Manhattan Institute posts video of Tuesday’s supply-side convocation (part 2 here, part 3 here).

On CNBC’s Closing Bell, Lewis Lehrman discusses Reaganomics and the gold standard (h/t: Ralph Benko):

At TGSN, Brian Domitrovic makes the crucial point that the dollar standard has wrecked U.S. manufacturing.

Economics21 examines the dollar’s decline.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman debates the dollar’s future:

Bloomberg’s Caroline Baum suggests Japan’s crisis may worsen world inflation.

From Forbes, Steve Forbes advocates a flat tax to help Japan recover quickly.

At Forbes, Louis Woodhill recommends selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve when its ratio to gold creates an arbitrage opportunity.

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