Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Monday round up: Kudlow on the jobs report; Benko on Krugman and gold; Tamny on Social Security.

From NRO, Larry Kudlow sees the poor jobs report as bad news for the President’s re-election.

At Forbes, Ralph Benko challenges Paul Krugman on the gold standard.

On The Kudlow Report, Dan Mitchell opposes a proposed tax on miles driven:


At Forbes, John Tamny explains that Social Security benefits can be cut if the system isn’t solvent.

On NRO, Doug Holtz-Eakin rebuts Paul Krugman on the current “Republican economy.”

From Zerohedge, Tyler Durden notes China’s gold purchases.

On British TV, Krugman debates austerity with conservatives:

At Forbes, Timothy Lee suggests Milton Friedman would be pushing for easy money today.

On COAL, Krugman analyzes the euro.

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