Friday, February 14, 2014

Friday News: Ralph Benko writes an election between Hilary Clinton and Rand Paul would be transformational; Nathan Lewis discusses his new book Gold: The Monetary Polaris; Judy Shelton believes the markets love Yellen— for now.

Politics and Government

From Bloomberg, Steve Forbes says it’s time for President Obama to start playing by the rules.

On Forbes.com, Ralph Benko writes an election between Hilary Clinton and Rand Paul would be transformational.

On The Daily Reckoning, Ralph Benko details how peace will lead to the dismantling of big government.

Monetary Reform

Nathan Lewis discusses his new book Gold: The Monetary Polaris at the Cato Institute.

In The WSJ, Judy Shelton believes the markets love Yellen- for now.

CBS News reports the Fed could whip up a new storm in emerging markets.

In The WSJ, Victoria McGrane states economists believe the Fed is on auto-pilot.

On TGSN, Ralph Benko describes the 1907 panic, Kathleen Packard discusses the unbalanced British recovery.

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