Friday, August 24, 2012

Friday Wrap Up- Brian Domitrovic argues monetary reform is necessary for economic growth; At the FT Robin Harding and Anna Fifield write that "The gold standard has returned to mainstream U.S. politics for the first time in 30 years, with a “gold commission” set to become part of official Republican party policy."

Monetary Reform

At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic argues that monetary reform is necessary for economic growth, and it should be embraced by the Romney ticket. 

On Real Clear Markets, Robert Romano debunks the myth that the gold standard led to the Great Depression.

In Bloomberg, William Sibler writes on Paul Volcker’s economic policies. 

At The Financial Times, Robin Harding and Anna Fifield write that Republicans are eyeing a return to the gold standard.


From Fox Business, Art Laffer discusses the consequences of going over the fiscal cliff.


On North Jersey, Anthony Campisi reports on Chris Christie’s 10 percent tax cut plan.


From My San Antonio, Patrick Danner discusses pension reform in Texas.

In WKTY, Tim Johnston says Kentucky lawmakers are looking for solutions to the states pension problems.


At The Independent, Oliver Wright states that President Obama asked the euro zone to keep Greece until after the election. 

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