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Supply Side News: Natalie Johnson writes Arthur Laffer is promoting tax cuts to create the boom of all centuries, covers the Heritage Foundation’s Tax Summit; Stephen Moore discusses how federal spending is holding back the private-sector economy

Politics and Government The Washington Post Wonkblog features “The big debate about whether we’re getting more productive,” Bob Samuelson at the WaPo looks at the mystery of worldwide productivity bust, is slightly mystified. In The WSJ, John...

Larry Kudlow Reveals The Republicans’ Secret Agenda

     Revealed here, for the first time: the Republican Secret Agenda. What is at the core of their (OK, our) Nefarious Plot? Our Secret Plot is to make all the poor people rich. That’s the only way to end this ridiculous “two party” system and to make every Man-Jack...

The Wooing Of An Advisor

     Behind the scenes, every presidential candidate is fighting over a small pool of top advisers. Stephen Moore is one of them. What had turned the supply-sider into a party planner was a quadrennial mating ritual that shapes the presidential cycle even before most...

The Father of Supply-Side Economics

     Arthur B. Laffer’s economic acumen and influence in triggering a world-wide tax-cutting movement in the 1980s have earned him the distinction in many publications as “The Father of Supply-Side Economics.”  The Laffer Curve is one of the main theoretical...