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Donald Trump says the gold standard would be wonderful.

24614288564_57fa6bbeca_qPolicy and Government

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In the Washington Times, Rick Berman writes that Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs would raise prices on consumers.


In a GQ video interview, Donald Trump says the gold standard would be wonderful.

“Bringing back the gold standard would be very hard to do, but boy, would it be wonderful,” the billionaire continued, “We’d have a standard on which to base our money.”

From Bloomberg View, Narayana Kocherlakota encourages us to ask the presidential candidates about the Fed.

At, Mike Patton explains why our national debt is soaring to $20 trillion and beyond.

“The action that opened Pandora’s Box for good was President Nixon’s final removal of the gold standard in 1971, dubbed, “the Nixon Shock.”

From Newsmax, Larry Kudlow says Janet Yellen is right to hint that rates will stay low.

In the NY Times, Jeff Sommer says forget the iPhone. For Apple, it’s all about the dollar.

At CNBC, Jeff Cox writes the Fed’s rate hike talk was nonsense.

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