George Gilder says the Fed is good for Wall Street, bad for Main Street.

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At Forbes.com, John Tamny writes “secure the borders” will succeed as much as the war on drugs.

In The Weekly Standard, Mark Hemingway discusses George Gilder’s new book The Scandal of Money. Available for purchase at Amazon.com.

In The Hill, James Carter explains how to advance economic freedom.

Monetary

On CNBC, George Gilder says the Fed is good for Wall Street, bad for Main Street.

The reason, as I document in my book, “The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does” is that Washington and the Federal Reserve together have created a closed loop economy where the Fed creates money for the government and the S&P 500 and Main Street is left out.

At USA Today, Adam Shell lists the Fed’s backpedaling on interest rate hikes as one of the catalysts for the stock market’s recovery.

Tax           

At ATR, Alexander Hendrie says treasury regulations preventing corporate inversions won’t fix America’s competitiveness problem.

At ATR, Emily Leayman updates us on the state tax battles.

Regulatory

At the Foundation for Economic Freedom, Dan Mitchell explains why the U.S. is more prosperous than Europe.

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