From NRO, Larry Kudlow praises Newt Gingrich’s supply-side rhetoric and wonders if Mitt Romney will counter with a more robust fiscal package.
On The American, James Pethokoukis suggests Romney may be moving towards more tax reform.
In Forbes, Ralph Benko applauds Gingrich’s populist, progressive conservatism.
At Newsmax, Christopher Ruddy cites Gingrich’s supply-side history as proof of his conservative bona fides.
On The ASEAN Business Report, Robert Mundell advocates a world central bank, starting with a common currency for the Eurozone and US:
At The American Spectator, Ralph Reiland suggests the President’s policies threaten a repeat of the Great Depression.
From Cato, Alan Reynolds notes the payroll tax holiday heavily benefits upper income earners.
On RCM, Bill Frezza distinguishes between crony capitalists and market capitalists.
At RCM, John Tamny argues energy production jobs won’t lead to prosperity.
On The WSJ, Joe Rago defends Mitt Romney’s work at Bain Capital.
Also from The WSJ, my old boss US Rep. Ed Royce (CA) argues for reform of Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank:
The WSJ reports progress on easing restrictions on high-skilled immigrants.