Sunday, March 27, 2011

Weekend update: Lewis on progressive tax rates; Ferrara defends Social Security accounts; Frank notes the impact of taxing the rich on revenues.

From Forbes, Nate Lewis advocates a progressive tax code that taxes the rich at a low rate.

On Forbes, Peter Ferrara defends Social Security private accounts.

In The WSJ, Robert Frank notes that the problem with taxing the rich heavily is revenues go way down during recession.

On The Kudlow Report, Steve Moore argues GE’s tax bill of zero makes the argument for corporate tax reform:

At Forbes, John Tamny supports the merger of ATT&T with T-Mobile.

In The NYT, Paul Krugman notes that austerity economies have not grown as some predicted.

At New World Economics, Nathan Lewis critiques Murray Rothbard’s version of the gold standard.

On Jim Blasingame’s radio show, Charles Kadlec discusses inflation’s impact on small business:

At Forbes, Kenneth Rapoza cites Vlad Signorelli’s analysis of Portugal and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

On The Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett urges Republicans to accept tax increases as part of a deficit reduction deal.

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