Monday, September 26, 2011

Weekend edition: Lewis on Europe's debt; Pethokoukis and Kudlow on the Fed; Ferrara on the President's tax arguments.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis advocates a debt/equity swap to recapitalize European banks.

In The Weekly Standard, Jim Pethokoukis notes the market’s negative response to the Fed’s Operation Twist 2011.

At NRO, Larry Kudlow blasts the Fed’s strategy.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin discusses last week’s market meltdown:


At Yahoo Finance, Steve Forbes criticizes European handling of its debt crisis.

On Forbes, Peter Ferrara challenges the President’s tax claims.

At Asia Times, Reuven Brenner reviews David Goldman’s new book on demographics.

From The American, Steve Conover rebuts claims of middle-class stagnation.

On CNBC, Larry Kudlow discusses the government’s role in the current crisis:


At Forbes, Jerry Bowyer analyzes gold’s drop below $1,700.

On his blog, Scott Grannis suggests the market’s drop last week is explained by disappointment that QE3 wasn’t proposed.

Talking Points Memo rounds up negative conservative reaction to Gov. Rick Perry’s debate performance.

At Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett suggests Milton Friedman would oppose conservative Fed bashing.

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