At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko writes Donald Trump is confronting the ‘House that Jack (Kemp) Built’.
CityAM.com on Brexit: “Growth in Europe, meanwhile, was spurred not by the EEC/EU, according to the latest research, but by the supply-side reforms of individual statesmen in a variety of countries, reforms that were then copied across the continent. The relevant names are Ludwig Erhard in West Germany, Jacques Rueff in France, Margaret Thatcher in the UK and Gerhard Schroeder in Germany.”
Hillary Clinton says she would put Bill in charge of the economy.
At Real Clear Markets, John Tamny writes Stanley Druckenmiller’s pessimism was priced in long ago.
At Business Insider, Bob Bryan reports investment is cooling.
In the NY Sun, Judy Shelton believes Paul Ryan and Donald Trump have a “golden opportunity” to find common cause.
At Liberty Street Economics, Thomas Klitgaard and James Narron discuss gold, deflation, and the panic of 1893.
In the WSJ, Kevin Kingsbury wonders if the Fed isn’t especially confident, why should investors be?
On NPR, Stephen Moore says Donald Trump is committed to tax cuts.
At Forbes.com, John Tamny takes on the US default hysterics.