At Forbes.com, Stephen Moore warns the US economy is in troubled waters.
From Forbes.com, Tim Worstall wonders why Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is asking China to make us poorer.
From Forbes.com, Jeffrey Dorfman believes the recovery has been weak because government action has been strong.
At MarketWatch, Jeffry Bartash writes slumping productivity remains a nagging problem for the US economy.
Janet Yellen calls the May jobs report “disappointing,” signals a June rate hike is off the table.
At Newsmax, Ira Stoll praises John Tamny’s new book “Who Needs the Fed?”
Larry Kudlow says the Fed’s ever-changing forward guidance is confusing, calls for backing the dollar by a commodity basket including gold.
In the WSJ, Brent Gardner calls for ending the corporate welfare circus.
Congressman Hensarling says there is an emerging consensus on the need to overturn Dodd-Frank.
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