Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Tuesday Highlights: Jon Stewart crucifies Paul Krugman on a cross of platinum; The WSJ expects bond buying to continue

Politics and Government

From Huffington Post, Joan Blades, the co-founder of MoveOn.org, describes her living room conversation with Tea Party Patriot co-founder Mark Meckler.

On The Citizens for Self Governance, Mark Meckler details hanging out in Berkeley with the co-founder of MoveOn.org

At Forbes, Ralph Benko argues there’s too little money in politics. 

Monetary Reform

On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart crucifies Paul Krugman for the platinum coin 

From TGSN, Felix Bronstein discusses balancing the budget and reigning in debt- the untold story.

In The WSJ, Steven Russolillo says Bernanke won’t pullback on stimulus any time soon.

On The WSJ, Kristina Peterson and Michael Derby expect bond buying to continue. 


Reuters reports red states are moving to slash taxes.

On Fox Business, Dan Mitchell discusses Governor Jindal’s plan to lower taxes in Louisiana


From RIPR, Ian Donnis reports a former federal official has called the RI pension case “the mother of all mediations”.

The Rockford Register writes Illinois pension problem keeps getting worse.

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