From Forbes, Charles Kadlec notes the failure of Europe’s tax-increase austerity.
At TGSN, Ralph Benko highlights Jacques Rueff’s critique of the post-war gold exchange standard.
On C-SPAN, Steve Forbes supports US Rep. Ron Paul (TX) for Fed Chairman:
At The American, Alex Brill examines tax fairness.
In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn lambasts the Obama Administration’s new foreign reporting requirement for US banks.
From Alhambra Partners, Joe Calhoun investors stay in cash.
On NRO, Larry Kudlow analyzes the weak recovery.
At The WSJ, James Swanson discusses Bill Clinton’s claim that President Obama is ahead of the curve pulling the US out of the financial crisis:
In The WSJ, Stephen Moore reports a congressional debate over highway spending.
From The Washington Post, Ezra Klein notes the return of many GW Bush economists on the Romney campaign.
At The WSJ, Cass Sunstein highlights an executive order to harmonize US and foreign regulation.
On Salon, Michael Lind argues the era of globalization is over.
The coal industry highlights the financial strain of rising energy costs:
In The NYT, Bruce Bartlett argues current tax rates aren’t blocking economic growth.
From Bloomberg, Rich Miller argues higher tax rates won’t discourage the wealthy from working harder.