Sunday, February 5, 2012

Weekend edition: Lewis on post-war Japan vs. Greece today; Goldman on unemployment; Kudlow on Romney.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis contrasts Japan’s post-war economic turnaround with Greece’s current woes.

At Pajamas Media, David Goldman argues the President is standing between cash-hoarding companies and the unemployed.

On National Review, Larry Kudlow urges Mitt Romney to focus on broad-based economic prosperity.

The WSJ concedes the January jobs report was good news for the President.

On The Kudlow Report, James Pethokoukis discusses the jobs report’s impact on the presidential election:

At TGSN, Ralph Benko notes Alexander Hamilton’s role in America’s financial success.

Bloomberg reports Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke saying he won’t tolerate higher inflation.

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore suggests federal workers have better pay and benefits than their private sector equivalents.

During The Super Bowl, Clint Eastwood plays off Reagan's "Morning in America" ad to advocate an American economic resurgence:

In The NYT, Christina Romer opposes special benefits for US manufacturers.

The progressive Daily Kos denies supply-side economics’ role in the 1980s conquest of stagflation.

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