Ralph Benko, at The Transpartisan Review, argues that most of the original Supply Side impetus for reducing marginal tax rates came from the left (Keynesian Bob Mundell, Marxist Jude Wanniski, former union presidents Jack Kemp and Ronald Reagan, Democratic Socialist Bill Bradley, and labor Democrat Dick Gephart) and the national political parties, to end the Little Dark Age, can stop treating each another as mortal enemies, returning to spirited competition for who can better serve the general welfare, and designate the sanctimonious ideologues within our midst The Enemy.
- Rand Paul takes Liz Cheney to task for championing the continuation of The Forever War.
- Phil Gramm and Mike Solon discuss Warren’s assault on retirement wealth.
- Gold, the Real Bills Doctrine, and the Fed: Sources of Monetary Disorder
- John Tamny says more federal spending isn’t the answer to recessions.
- Director Kudlow says Bill Dudley went way over the cliff with his remarks.