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Monday Update: Ralph Benko explains what’s wrong with the arguments of the liberals attacking Rand Paul; John Tamny covers how The Beatles prove that education is irrelevant to success; Stephen Moore says it’s time to kill the death tax.

Politics and Government At Forbes.com, John Tamny explains how The Beatles prove that education is irrelevant to success. The Washington Post relays Art Laffer’s message that the Obama economy is dramatically under-performing. From National Review, Larry Kudlow covers...

What Scott Walker Actually Said

There was more to that dinner than Rudy Giuliani. Yes, believe it or not, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker actually spoke at some length at the dinner this past week where Rudy Giuliani charged that President Obama doesn’t love America. All the hullabaloo went to...

Weekend Round-Up: Paul Krugman calls for monetary policy to be a major issue in the 2016 campaign — NY Sun welcomes him to the debate stage; Brian Domitrovic says the economy is yearning for a policy mix

Politics and Government Noah Smith, at Bloomberg, and David A. Graham, at The Atlantic, attack Jeb Bush’s call for 4% growth. From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko writes Jeb Bush has made a grand entrance. Monetary Reform Paul Krugman calls for monetary policy to be a...

Monetary Reform On BBC, Alan Greenspan predicts exits from the euro are inevitable. At Bloomberg, David Weigel covers Rand Paul’s Audit the Fed rally in Iowa. Paul linked the Fed’s policies to economic inequality and the decline of the dollar. “Once upon a time they...

Weekend Wrap Up: Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio among 30 Senators sponsors of Audit the Fed; At Forbes.com, Nathan Lewis says when the Fed is confused about gold, we have some work to do; Ralph Benko writes Rand Paul has emerged as the successor to Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

Politics and Government From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko writes Rand Paul has emerged as the successor to Daniel Patrick Moynihan. From Forbes.com, Norbert Michel explains how government policies caused the financial crisis and made it worse. At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko...