Larry Kudlow: Tax cuts and the regulatory rollback are transforming our economy.
Larry Kudlow: When there’s a market correct, ignore it. The business climate is improving.
At City-Journal, Amity Shlaes encourages us to pursue growth, not equality.
On Real Clear Markets, Allan Golombek says China’s entry into the WTO benefits U.S. consumers and producers.
In The Atlantic, Derek Thompson writes craft beer is the strangest, happiest economic story in America.
At MarketWatch, Peter Morici believes we could be on the verge of a productivity boom.
The Washington Examiner says Democrats are counter-productive to efforts to fix our broken immigration system.
From Forbes.com, Adam Millsap shares his ideas for a 21st century Dayton, Ohio.
From Forbes.com, John Tamny praises Nathan Lewis’ new book “Gold: The Final Standard”. Buy the book on Amazon.com.
At FEE, Chris Edwards writes increasing the federal gas tax will only fuel bureaucracy.
The Washington Examiner reports tax cuts are driving jobs back to the motor city.
In the Washington Times, Stephen Moore discusses the Democrats fiscal trap.
At Forbes.com, John Tamny writes Williston, North Dakota’s debt mocks Keynesians and deficit hawks.
In the WSJ, Sally Pipes tells us to reject single-payer healthcare.