Sunday, November 18, 2012

Weekend Round Up- George Gilder on low taxes; Ralph Benko and Andresen Blom say voters have purged the Mad Men of the GOP

Politics and Government

In National Interest, Ralph Benko and Andresen Blom write that voters have purged the ‘Mad Men of the GOP’ 

Monetary Reform
Detlev Schlichter explains why gold can save us from our ‘monetary meltdown’. 

In The NYT, Paul Sullivan believes some investors want their own Fort Knox. 

On TGSN, Ralph Benko praises Robert Triffin’s book “Gold and the Dollar Crisis”, and discusses the 1979 political cartoon of the ‘Old Lady of Threadneedle Street’.

Regulatory Reform

In National Review, Kathleen White says regulatory reform has become more urgent than ever. 


From Fox Business, George Gilder argues that low rates bring more revenue.

On Newsmax, Grover Norquist warns not to surrender the Bush tax cuts. 


In CNBC, Amity Shlaes weighs in on lessons of the Great Depression.
From Forbes, Peter Ferrara argues that economic growth will benefit the poor over redistribution. 


On Sunshine State News, Jim Turner reports that Florida lawmakers are still eyeing a pension reform bill. 

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