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Thursday round up: Tamny rebuts Mundell; Laffer critiques the President; Henserling talks growth.

At RCM, John Tamny rebuts my WSJ op-ed on Robert Mundell.

From Denver’s Yorktown University graduation, Art Laffer critiques the President’s economic agenda.

The Washington Post reports Mitt Romney’s candidacy as Romney channeling Ronald Reagan due to his focus on growth.

On The Kudlow Report, U.S. Rep. Jeb Henserling (TX) and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich debate jobs and growth:

At NRO, Kevin Williamson responds to Ralph Benko, dismissing fast economic growth and ridiculing the gold standard.

On Forbes, H.C. Wainwright’s David Ranson explains that money creation not money circulation spurs inflation.

From Illinois’s Family Taxpayer Association, Stephen Moore discusses unemployment and the debt.

From NRO, Jeff Bell surveys the GOP presidential field.

On Kudlow, former Reagan Assistant Labor Secretary Al Angrisani discusses consumer sentiment and unemployment but emphasizes demand growth:

In The Washington Post, George Will profiles Jon Huntsman as pro-growth but also less interventionist abroad.

CNN reports the Dow’s fall for a second straight day.

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