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.
- WATCH: Director Kudlow speaks at the National Press Club.
- An excellent replacement for Herman Cain would be Judy Shelton.
- Judy Shelton makes the case for a monetary regime change.
- Jon Hartley explains what Senator Warren misses on taxes.
- Herman Cain and Stephen Moore understand that currency devaluation is no path to prosperity.