In the Daily Caller, Peter Ferrara calls Hillary Clinton’s belief that government spending will make us more prosperous “the real trickle-down economics”.
Dan Mitchell eviscerates the myth of trickle-down economics.
From Forbes.com, John Tamny says Donald Trump was more economically misinformed during the debate.
The WTO reports global trade is having its worst year since the financial crisis.
In the WSJ, George Selgin believes the Fed could run into legal problems if it tries to raise rates.
At Newsmax, Larry Kudlow says you can’t tax your way into prosperity.
At Cato, Steve Hanke says we should slash regulations to improve health.
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