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Scott Walker channels the ‘Laffer Curve’ to explain why tax cuts work.

Policy and Government

On Fox News, Arthur Laffer says Peter Navarro is not a voice for truth on economic growth.

The Washington Post‘s Philip Rucker, Damian Paletta and Josh Dawsey report that President Trump is rattled about the possibility of an economic downturn losing his reelection, NEC Director Kudlow remains optimistic “To me, it’s a pretty good story. Nobody likes to see market volatility. I get that. You get bears coming out of the woodwork. I get that. But we’ve been through that before.”
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TSS salutes Ady Barkin, founder of the ‘Fed Up’ campaign

We are deeply saddened to learn from the New York Times that Ady Barkin, with whom we dueled at Jackson Hole, Wyoming in affinity over our mutual unhappiness over the poor record of the Federal Reserve, is greatly debilitated by ALS.

Appelbaum: “In the summer of 2014, he took eightworkers and community activists to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to confront Federal Reserve policymakers at the central bank’s annual summer retreat. He believed that unions, churches and other liberal advocacy groups, which had long focused on microeconomic issues like minimum wage laws and mortgage aid programs, needed to pay more attention to the Fed’s role in shaping economic conditions. The first time I saw Mr. Barkan, he was standing in the lobby of the conference hotel, waiting to accost the Fed chairwoman, Janet Yellen, while wearing a green T-shirt that said “What Recovery?”
“The foundation that paid for the trip, and for the “Fed Up” campaign that Mr. Barkan mounted in its aftermath, wrote in an internal assessment that it didn’t see much chance Mr. Barkan would succeed in influencing monetary policy. But that November, Ms. Yellen met with 30 workers led by Mr. Barkan in the Fed’s ornate boardroom in Washington. Two years later, in August 2016, the Fed’s summer retreat opened with a new event: Eight of the Fed’s top officials attending a meeting with “Fed Up” participants, listening to their stories.”
We salute you, Ady, a heroic figure of moral courage.
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Steve Moore 

Dr. Arthur B. Laffer

Steve Forbes

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Jon Decker

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Stephen Moore

Club 4 Growth Founder, Heritage Economist, Wall Street Journal Writer

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Dr. Arthur B.  Laffer

Founder and Chairman of Laffer Associates

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Founders 

Steve Moore 

Dr. Arthur B. Laffer

Steve Forbes

Executive Director

Jon Decker

 ————————————

Moore

Stephen Moore

Club 4 Growth Founder, Heritage Economist, Wall Street Journal Writer

@StephenMoore

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Laffer

Dr. Arthur B.  Laffer

Founder and Chairman of Laffer Associates

@LafferCenter

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forbes

Steve Forbes

Editor In Chief of Forbes Media

@SteveForbesCEO

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NEWS and BLOG

Scott Walker channels the ‘Laffer Curve’ to explain why tax cuts work.

Policy and Government

On Fox News, Arthur Laffer says Peter Navarro is not a voice for truth on economic growth.

The Washington Post‘s Philip Rucker, Damian Paletta and Josh Dawsey report that President Trump is rattled about the possibility of an economic downturn losing his reelection, NEC Director Kudlow remains optimistic “To me, it’s a pretty good story. Nobody likes to see market volatility. I get that. You get bears coming out of the woodwork. I get that. But we’ve been through that before.”
read more…

TSS salutes Ady Barkin, founder of the ‘Fed Up’ campaign

We are deeply saddened to learn from the New York Times that Ady Barkin, with whom we dueled at Jackson Hole, Wyoming in affinity over our mutual unhappiness over the poor record of the Federal Reserve, is greatly debilitated by ALS.

Appelbaum: “In the summer of 2014, he took eightworkers and community activists to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to confront Federal Reserve policymakers at the central bank’s annual summer retreat. He believed that unions, churches and other liberal advocacy groups, which had long focused on microeconomic issues like minimum wage laws and mortgage aid programs, needed to pay more attention to the Fed’s role in shaping economic conditions. The first time I saw Mr. Barkan, he was standing in the lobby of the conference hotel, waiting to accost the Fed chairwoman, Janet Yellen, while wearing a green T-shirt that said “What Recovery?”
“The foundation that paid for the trip, and for the “Fed Up” campaign that Mr. Barkan mounted in its aftermath, wrote in an internal assessment that it didn’t see much chance Mr. Barkan would succeed in influencing monetary policy. But that November, Ms. Yellen met with 30 workers led by Mr. Barkan in the Fed’s ornate boardroom in Washington. Two years later, in August 2016, the Fed’s summer retreat opened with a new event: Eight of the Fed’s top officials attending a meeting with “Fed Up” participants, listening to their stories.”
We salute you, Ady, a heroic figure of moral courage.
Photo Credit: WikiEditor727

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