Wednesday News: Jay Root and Julian Aguilar report Senator Cruz is claiming middle ground on immigration; Peter Tanous believes Fed has hidden agenda; Steve Forbes writes Godzilla won’t let Japan’s economy recover

Politics and Government

From The NYT, Jay Root and Julian Aguilar report Senator Cruz is trying to claim the middle ground on immigration.

On The American Spectator, Lewis Lehrman praises Rich Lowry’s new book Lincoln Unbound: How an Ambitious Young Railsplitter Saved The America Dream- and How We Can Do It Again

Monetary Reform

At CNBC, Peter Tanous believes The Fed has a hidden agenda behind money printing.

In Forbes.com Steve Forbes says is Japan’s economy recovering? Godzilla won’t let it.

On TGSN, Ralph Benko details The Heritage Foundation’s support for the Centennial Monetary Commission; Kathleen Packard writes gold is popular with the legions of iPhone lovers.

Regulatory Reform

ATR presents a brief history of the Keystone Pipeline

Tax

Jutia Group agrees with George Gilder’s ‘new economics’.

Spending

At Town Hall, Dan Mitchell warns that government-run healthcare is very hazardous to your health.

At The WSJ, Stephen Moore criticizes ‘The Non-Negotiator’.

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