Politics and Government
In the American Spectator, Steve Moore says that “Greens Are Reds” and the most economically dangerous and statist movement in the world.
From OC Register, Stephen Moore writes you’d have to go back to the era of bell bottom jeans and disco music to find the last time any semisane person endorsed 80 percent tax rates.
At National Review, Larry Kudlow says anti-business Obama has struck again with the recent punt on the Keystone pipeline.
From Forbes.com, Norbert Michel details the dreams of a central planner.
“There have certainly been some disastrous consequences: the Fed is far from blameless in the Great Depression of the 1930s and the great stagflation of the 1970s. Yet, at nearly every turn, Congress has given the Federal Reserve more power.”
In Town Hall, Nick Sorrentino states Janet Yellen is shocked that the Fed’s price models don’t work.
At Reuters, Ann Saphir and Jonathan Spicer believe with tapering on autopilot, the Fed is free to tackle big questions.
On CNBC, Alex Rosenberg explains why the Fed’s policy statement this week will matter.
In FT, Keith Fray previews the Fed’s statement, what the market will be looking for this week.
From TGSN, Kathleen Packard discusses how poor monetary policy has left Europeans unemployed and un-united.