Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Wednesday round up: AP reports Romney's minimum wage support; Domitrovic on the President's policies; Benko urges the GOP to go for growth.

AP reports Mitt Romney’s support for regular minimum wage increases.

In The WSJ, Robert Reilly suggests Romney’s businessman style is insufficient.

At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic explains the deleterious economic effects of the President’s policies.

On RCM, Louis Woodhill argues the unemployment rate is falling due to increased labor force participation.

From Forbes, Ralph Benko urges Republicans to emphasize better economic growth.

On The Kudlow Report, a panel discusses Santorum’s surge against Romney:

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore counters the President’s fairness rhetoric.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow applauds Ben Bernanke’s opposition to tax increases after 2012.

From Cato, Mark Calabria notes the anti-stimulative effect of low interest rates.

At RCM, John Tamny analyzes low interest rates’ impact on money market funds.

On his blog, Scott Grannis suggests the great deleveraging is over.

From First Trust, Brian Wesbury argues the economic recovery is real.

At TGSN, Ralph Benko highlights the University of Chicago’s opposition to gold-linked money.

From Bloomberg, Ben Bernanke’s defenders line up to bash inflation hawks.

On Kudlow, a panel discusses the Bloomberg piece:

At Market Oracle, Jan Skoyles reports nations making international payments in gold rather than dollars.

In The NYT, Bruce Bartlett notes House-passed legislation to require dynamic scoring of tax legislation.

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