Wednesday News: John Tamny writes China’s ascent mocks an increasingly fraudulent economics profession; Art Laffer says a Pro-Growth spring is coming after Obama leaves

Politics and Government

From Forbes.com, John Tamny writes China’s ascent mocks an increasingly fraudulent economics profession.

Art Laffer in IBD says A pro-growth springtime is coming after Obama leaves office, predicts a 2014 Senate shift from 45R-55D to 55R-45D.

In the American Spectator Steve Moore and Jim Piereson say Don’t Eat The Rich

In the WSJ Alan Reynolds states Demand-Side Policy Gave Us the Big Economic Fizzle

From The WSJ, Eric Morath and Ben Leubsdorf report U.S. GDP growth slowed to a crawl in the first quarter.

Monetary Reform

At Forbes.com, Ralph Benko discusses James Rickard’s book The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System.

In The NY Times, Binyamin Appelbaum reports the Fed has announced another cut in bond purchases.

In The WSJ, Justin Lahart reports the GDP numbers didn’t freeze the Fed with fear.

From TGSN, Ralph Benko channels Robert Frost to make the case that only gold can stay.

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