Thursday round up: Malpass on Greece; Lewis on the gold price; Tamny on Facebook.

From The WSJ, David Malpass suggests Greece’s departure from the euro will be a benefit primarily for currency traders.

In Forbes, Nathan Lewis argues the dollar/gold price should be set at $1600.

At RCM, John Tamny blames Eliot Spitzer’s harassment of tech investors for Facebook’s IPO difficulties.

On The Kudlow Report, James Pethokoukis debates the deficit:

In The WSJ, Paul Rubin explains to the President that profits direct markets to better serve consumers.

TGSN recounts the history of the Panic of 1907.

From International Liberty, Dan Mitchell examines the claim that President Obama is a fiscal conservative.

In TWS, Jeff Bell explains the failure of Third Way politics.

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