From The WSJ, Newt Gingrich outlines his supply-side agenda including monetary reform:
Second, the dollar needs to be stabilized by establishing a price rule for the Federal Reserve to follow in its conduct of monetary policy. This will help stabilize international exchange rates, resolve the ongoing cycles of global financial crises and investment bubbles, short-circuit the run-up in gas and food prices, and unlock the frozen credit system.
On The Kudlow Report, Gingrich discusses his plan:
Human Events reports Art Laffer and Michael Reagan endorsing Newt Gingrich’s supply-side plan.
At Forbes, Steve Forbes argues President Obama will be a one-term president.
From Forbes, Peter Ferrara critiques the President’s attack on supply-side economics.
On Fox News, Laffer discusses his support for Gingrich:
From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic suggests the Federal Reserve has a third, secret mandate to fund the government’s debt.
On CNBC, John Carney cites Jude Wanniski’s Two-Santa Theory to criticize Republican handling of the payroll tax holiday.
At IBD, Walter Williams rebuts China bashers.
From Human Events, Larry Kudlow profiles US Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) as man of the year.
At Forbes, Bret Swanson critiques the Obama Administration’s focus on increasing consumption.
On Kudlow, Steve Forbes discusses the GOP race:
From TGSN, Larry White explains how to transition to a gold-linked dollar.
In The WSJ, Robert Guest outlines the positive contribution high-skill immigrants make to the US economy.
On Forbes, Louis Woodhill suggests the payroll tax holiday is bad for the economy.
At TGSN, Ralph Benko quotes Isabel Patterson on Isaac Newton’s role in defining the British pound as a weight of gold.
On The Larry Parks Show, The American Principles Project’s Sean Feiler discusses the weak dollar’s role in workers’ declining wages.
From Bloomberg, Robert Mundell applauds the ECB’s recent monetary expansion:
The WSJ profiles Gov. Romney, noting possible support for a Value Added Tax.
At TGSN, Ralph Benko wishes the Federal Reserve happy birthday.
In The WSJ, Stanford’s John Taylor argues for tax rate stability.