In The WSJ, Glen Hubbard promotes the Romney Plan for economic recovery.
At The WSJ, Stephen Moore contends that the Democrats are making the same mistakes that cost them the House of Representatives in 2010.
In Bloomberg, Kenneth Ackerman argues that an act of Congress killed off the U.S. gold market.
From Forbes, Jerry Bowyer reports on the latest vindication of Milton Friedman’s ideals.
On TGSN, Ralph Benko discusses the Audit the Fed bill.
From The American Interest, Walter Mead shows the ongoing struggle with America’s pension crisis.
At Fox Business, Neil Cavuto and Alan Simpson discuss how Washington is working against the economy.
In the Chicago Sun Times, Steve Huntley criticizes President Obama’s attempts to portray the Bush-era tax cuts as the catalyst for America’s economic woes.
At The Chicago Tribune, the Illinois state legislature is criticized for their constant excuses in delaying pension reform.
On the Cato Institute, Emily McClintock and Mark Calabria display the problems in America’s credit rating agencies.
At the Watchdog Wire, the editorial staff reveals the increasing weaknesses in pension systems nationwide.
In TGSN, Jon Decker reviews Professor Taylor’s new book First Principles: Five Keys to Restoring America’s Prosperity
From The WSJ, Eric Morath and Sarah Portlock write on the rising number of jobless claims.
On the New America Foundation, Michael Lind speculates that America’s current economic climate is similar to Britain’s a century ago.
Ron Paul’s opening statement at the recent domestic policy subcommittee hearing