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Friday Summary: The House punts the debt ceiling back to the Administration’s 10 yard line; Kadlec in says Obamonomics proven the Path to Slow Growth

Politics and Government

House punts the debt ceiling back to the Administration’s 10 yard line….

Charles Kadlec in, Obamanomics is the Path to Slow Growth

In Cato, Steve Hanke states President Obama fell for a fallacy.

Hugo Salinas Price, in Plata on “building a framework of political economy in accord with the requirements of human nature (which is precisely what the Founders of the USA put together) and give up on “improving” conditions by making them worse with paper money”

At Breitbart, John Nolte reports the Political Director for CBS News believes Obama must destroy the Republican Party.

Monetary Reform

On TGSN, Ralph Benko says without gold, there is no way for the Fed to know whether it is furnishing precisely sufficient, insufficient, or excess liquidity to the market.

From Caffeinated Thoughts, Jon Decker writes that legal tender laws are the states’ best tool for restoring market confidence.


At The Kudlow Report, Larry Kudlow discusses sequestration.


The Economists recaps Illinois failure to address their state pension crisis.

At The Day, Johanna Somers describes Connecticut legislators concerns over pension obligations.

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