Monday, April 4, 2011

Monday round up: Goldman advocates focus on entrepreneurs; Pethokoukis sees income as a problem; Ron Paul notes the Fed's overseas bailouts.

In Asia Times, David Goldman argues for renewed Republican focus on entrepreneurship.

At Reuters, James Pethokoukis suggests flat incomes, not unemployment, could cost the President re-election.

From The Hill, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (TX) notes the Federal Reserve’s bailouts of foreign banks with ties to hostile nations.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman and Don Luskin debate inflation:

In The WSJ, Gary Becker, George Shultz and John Taylor advocate permanent extension of the Bush tax rates.

On RCM, CJ Maloney argues the gold standard is too honest for modern America.

From Newsweek, Niall Ferguson suggests the euro is on the ropes.

In last week’s WSJ, Stephen Moore notes that more Americans work for government than manufacturing, farming, fishing, forestry, mining and utilities combined.

Cato’s Dan Mitchell cites an Adam Smith Institute report on the negative impact of England’s higher tax rates.

At Slate, David Weigel reports a new IMF report urging higher taxes to solve the deficit problem.

In The WSJ, Michael Moritz notes the role of high-skill immigrants in Silicon Valley.

At Forbes, Reuven Brenner examines the difficulties of investing in today’s unstable world.

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