Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Wednesday round up: Kudlow predicts the market will stabilize; Goldman on Greece; American Principles buys ads promoting the gold standard.

From NRO, Larry Kudlow predicts the stock market will stabilize.

At Asia Times, David Goldman recommends expelling Greece from the eurozone.

On Politico, Ben Smith reports American Principles in Action buying Iowa ad time to promote the gold standard and its new Gold Standard Solution webpage:

The WSJ notes the Obama Administration attempting to downplay the anti-growth elements of its agenda.

At TGSN, Ralph Benko discusses the Wizard of Oz and William Jennings Bryan.

On The Kudlow Report, David Malpass assesses the economy:

At Fox News, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) advocates to pro-growth measures, but ignores the dollar.

On NRO’s Corner, Brian Bolduc outlines Gov. Rick Perry’s (TX) recent economic speech.

At International Liberty, Dan Mitchell defends Grover Norquist on tax policy.

From TGSN, Lew Lehrman advises Newt Gingrich to adopt the gold standard as an issue:

On his blog, Republican economist Donald Marron disputes John Taylor’s endorsement of the possibility of five percent growth.

At Forbes, Yaron Brook and Don Watkins refute the idea of the wealth as a pie to be divided by society.

From the Huffington Post, Peter Goodman argues executive pay is soaring while worker pay stagnates.

No comments:

Post a Comment