In The WSJ, John Steele Gordon explains that 1990s level economic growth would cut the deficit down quickly.
The WSJ chides Fed Chairman Bernanke for shifting blame away from his own policies.
At Fox News, David Malpass notes Bernanke’s continued weak dollar policy.
The NY Sun adds its two cents on Bernanke.
On The Kudlow Report, Larry suggests IMF Chief Christine Lagarde supports an ECB rate cut:
In The New Yorker, James Surowiecki advises the ECB to back off its rate increases.
On Forbes, Ralph Benko notes elite attention turning to gold.
At RCM, Bill Frezza explains the economy cannot function properly without sound money.
On Uneasy Money, David Glasner critiques Alan Reynolds’s anti-QE2 argument.
At NRO, Larry Kudlow skewers the idea that rebuilding after destruction is stimulative.
On Kudlow, James Pethokoukis comments on the President’s CEA pick:
A pessimistic report from Britain offers supply-side solutions as the only way out of its economic mess (h/t: Vlad Signorelli).
At TGSN, Ralph Benko quotes John Adams on paper money.
CNBC features an unscientific poll on the gold standard, which as of this writing shows 71% support for a gold-linked dollar.
On Forbes, John Tamny praises Steve Jobs.