Sunday, April 3, 2011

Weekend update: Lewis on money supply; Kudlow on Obama's re-election; Rep. Ryan says his budget cuts will open GOPers to attack.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains that the correct money supply is that which keeps the dollar’s value steady.

At CNBC, Larry Kudlow suggests stronger job growth is tied to Republican efforts to keep taxes down.

On Fox News Sunday, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) acknowledges his forthcoming budget will give Democrats an easy political target:

At Forbes, John Tamny recalls that Nixon’s decision to float the dollar is more relevant to Detroit’s economic decline than liberal governance.

In the Weekly Republican Address, House Speaker John Boehner (OH) argues government spending cuts will lead to lower unemployment.

At The SF Chronicle, Robert Reich critiques Republican economic claims.

From C-Span, Steve Forbes advises Republicans to focus on healthcare rather than general discretionary budget cuts:

At The Financial Times, Joseph Stiglitz advocates increased use of SDRs in place of the dollar standard.

The WSJ reports Utah’s adoption of gold as legal tender.

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