Tuesday update: Lehrman on the dollar’s reserve status; Domitrovic on Operation Twist; Laffer on tax fairness.

From MarketWatch, Lew Lehrman argues the dollar-as-reserve-currency is killing the US economy.

At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic explains why the Fed’s new Operation Twist caused gold to plummet and why pro-growth fiscal policy is essential to reversing decline.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn rebuts the President’s tax proposal.

On Fox Business News, Art Laffer critiques the President’s call for tax fairness:

In The WSJ, John Steele Gordon recounts the income tax’s history and argues for tax reform.

The NYT captures the state of American unemployment.

From Cato, Dan Mitchell illustrates the perverse impact of double taxation.

On his blog, Mitt Romney advisor Greg Mankiw notes low hourly wages as proof inflation is not a threat:

At Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes contrasts Warren Buffett’s tax views with Andrew Mellon’s.

From Americans for Tax Reform, Ryan Ellis argues the corporate tax rate should be lowered to 20% rather than 25%.

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