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Weekend Wrap Up: Ralph Benko praises Matt O’Brien’s recent Washington Post article on the Fed’s overwhelming political influence; Steve Forbes writes arguments for higher gas taxes run on empty; John Tamny writes floating money ambushed global economy

Monetary Reform At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko praises Matt O’Brien’s recent Washington Post article on the Fed’s overwhelming political influence. From Forbes.com, John Tamny writes Switzerland didn’t ambush the global economy, floating money values did. At...

Rick Perry, Pataki huddle over 2016 presidential race

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry may be putting off talk of a 2016 presidential run, but New York ex-Gov. George Pataki hinted he’d be proud to run against him for the White House. Pataki huddled with Perry at a dinner at 21 on Wednesday and said: ‘“Rick, you are a great...

Weekend Highlights: Heritage Foundation’s Dr. Norbert Michel places the establishment of a monetary commission as the lead item of his calls for Congressional action; AuntieSamWantsYou.com launches to deplore liberty; Amity Schlaes in Forbes.com on Jim Grant… and Jacques Rueff

Politics and Government AuntieSamWantsYou.com launches to deplore liberty. Monetary Reform In his Forbes.com column, Heritage Foundation’s Dr. Norbert Michel places the establishment of a monetary commission as the lead item of his calls for Congressional...

Weekend Wrap Up: The Atlantic’s Sebastian Mallaby on “How The Fed Flubbed it,” a review of Barry Eichengreen’s latest book, Hall of Mirrors; John Tamny writes in order to promote their cheap oil narrative, conservatives have dismissed Reagan

Politics and Government At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko gives the one X-factor that could upend the next Presidential election- Peace. George Leef, in Forbes.com, provides an excellent tribute to supply side’s political handmaiden. Monetary The Atlantic’s...