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Thursday update: Rove on Romney; Dreher on the GOP candidates; Malpass on the market.

In The WSJ, Karl Rove urges Mitt Romney to focus more on big ideas.

At The American Conservative, Rod Dreher suggests Romney, Gingrich and Santorum are substantially similar to President George W. Bush, but omits dollar policy from his analysis.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow scorns the President’s focus on redistribution rather than wealth.

At International Liberty, Dan Mitchell compares the Reagan and Obama recoveries.

On The Kudlow Report, David Malpass sounds optimistic about the market:

MarketWatch profiles gold advocate James Grant.

In The WSJ, former Sen. Phil Gramm (TX) and Mike Solon compare the current recovery to the past.

From Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes argues lower tax rates can raise revenues.

AP features comedian Chris Rock arguing for higher taxes.

At Forbes, Louis Woodhill satirizes the President’s SOTU proposals.

The Economist reviews Bruce Bartlett’s new tax reform book.

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