At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko asks if Paul Krugman is leaving Princeton in quiet disgrace.
Judy Shelton in The Weekly Standard makes the case for the gold standard.
Matthew Yglesias interviews the author of the first Monetary Policy thriller, The Directive, by Matthew Quirk, giving it a rave review.
From Town Hall, Steve Forbes says the lack of a gold standard has hurt U.S. economic growth.
From Forbes.com, John Tamny imagines the stupendous growth and plentiful credit in a world without the Fed.
In The WSJ, John Taylor discusses how to spark another ‘Great Moderation.’
In The WSJ, Kansas City Fed President Esther George believes the economy would be best served by raising rates; Pace of inflation worries Esther George.
At TGSN, Ralph Benko debunks Paul Krugman’s caricature of the movement towards a gold standard.
The Onion asks if the government should stop dumping money in a giant hole.