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Sean Rushton: Should the world’s two largest currencies be so unstable?


The Jack Kemp Foundation’s Project on Exchange Rates and the Dollar will host a forum on the international monetary order on April 20th at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, from 10:30 am to 4 pm, followed by a reception.

Politics and Government

At, Tim Worstall says the IMF’s new economic growth projections still leave much to be desired.

From Bloomberg, James Tarmy discusses Generation Wealth and the ugly side of getting rich.


In the Asia Times, Sean Rushton asks should the world’s two largest currencies be so unstable?

In the National Pulse, Jon Decker says Trump’s announcement that he will not seek to hold China as a currency manipulator is right on the money.

The NY Sun recalls Ron Paul’s question to the IMF: “Why do its articles of agreement actually prohibit members from linking their currencies to gold?”


From, Steve Forbes wonders why we put up with an atrocious federal tax code.

From Townhall, Cal Thomas says we should reform the tax code now.

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