Politics and Government
Larry Kudlow says he will run for senate if Senator Blumenthal backs Iran deal.
In The Washington Times, Steve Moore and David Malpass discuss tax cuts, monetary reform at Freedomworks 4% growth event.
At Newsmax, Steve Moore says President Obama has taken his eye off the economy.
At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko tells Elizabeth Warren crony socialism, not crony capitalism, is the problem.
Steve Forbes and Steve Moore discuss the gold standard, commodity price rules.
Brian Domitrovic at Forbes.com on the Fed's annual conference at Jackson Hole and the American Principles Project simultaneous counter-conference there.
Ylan Q Mui, of the Washington Post, reports at length on the conservative American Principles Project's Fed counter-conference at Jackson Hole.
The Washington Post editorializes to the Fed a warning not to listen to FedUp's call for continued 0% interest rates or APP's criticisms of 0% interest rates.
In The American Spectator, Caleb Howe covers the “pure gold” Jackson Hole Summit; Howe says whose crazy, “End the Fed” or “The Fed”?
The New York Sun praises Judy Shelton’s speech at Jackson Hole.
From Breitbart, Chriss Street covers Dr. Shelton’s speech at Jackson Hole.
Jeffrey Snyder, at Allahambra Partners, reams the Fed for creating "The Age of Voodoo" (not referencing George H.W. Bush's critique of Supply Side economics), for "just how much systemic misdirection has already been revealed even to the least attentive of people."
Tim Reuter, at Forbes.com, with an erudite and fascinating reflection upon Jay Gould's Gold Conspiracy and the Birth of Wall Street.
At The Cato Institute, Gerald O’Driscoll says monetary rules solve the knowledge problem.
In the New York Times blog, Paul Krugman wildly misrepresents the content of the APP Jackson Hole counter-conference and the Washington Post's reporting thereon.
Alex Chafuon at Forbes.com calls for sound money to prevent currency wars.