Monday, February 13, 2012

Weekend edition: CPAC gold highlights; Pethokoukis coaches Romney; Lewis on the best gold standard.

At CPAC, Newt Gingrich advocates his Gold Commission proposal (around minute 24).

The Houston Chronicle notes a CPAC panel on the gold standard.

The NYT reports the “severely” conservative Mitt Romney’s CPAC speech, including Obamacare repeal, opposition to abortion rights, shrinking government and defending traditional marriage. Tax and monetary reforms didn’t make the bill.

At The American, James Pethokoukis advises Romney on how to gin up his economic plan.

On The Kudlow Report, Dan Mitchell debates the GOP candidates’ tax plans:

In Forbes, Nathan Lewis examines the best type of gold standard.

The Time Record (AR) reports Steve Forbes advocating a return to gold.

From The Atlas Sound Money Project, Tyler Watts rebuts the claim that gold is without value.

On Forbes, Peter Ferrara argues the true unemployment rate is 11%.

From Cato, Tad DeHaven notes a new study refuting the Keynesian multiplier.

At Reason, Nick Gillespie highlights America’s manufacturing strength.

On Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett critiques the President’s tax proposal.

In The Washington Examiner, Veronique de Rugy continues her tax debate with Jonathan Chait.

Business Week charts Paul Krugman’s feuds with fellow economists.

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