Monday, March 10, 2014

Monday News: In Ralph Benko explains how Supply Side icon Jeff Bell's challenge to Sen. Cory Booker could change political history.

Politics and Government

In, Ralph Benko explains how Supply-Side icon Jeff Bell's election challenge to Senator Cory Booker could change political history. 

Monetary Reform

On, John Tamny says the Fed is not printing money, it is doing something much worse.

In The New Republic, David Dayen criticizes the Fed’s most brazen, and least known, handout to private banks.

On, Nathan Lewis writes Bitcoin proves Friedman’s big plan was a joke.

On USA Today, Mark Spitznagel believes the Fed has created an illusion.

In The WSJ, Jon Hilsenrath covers the Fed’s slow, torturous path toward the exit.

On TGSN, Ralph Benko discusses the symbolic implications of the electric mudfish Akan gold countwerweight, Kathleen Packard accuses Cuba of exporting bad economics.

On The Kudlow Report, Larry Kudlow discusses how the Fed’s actions make it tougher on the economy.


In The WSJ, Larry Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic recall the days when Democrats cut taxes.

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