Wednesday round up: Gingrich stresses tax cuts; Wesbury is optimistic; Luskin on the market.

Newt.org reports Gingrich pushing for tax cuts to boost the economy.

In The WSJ, Peter Schuck and John Tyler explain the need for high-skilled immigrants.

At RCM, Brian Wesbury expresses optimistim about the economy.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin discusses the market:

At CNBC, Larry Kudlow suggests a deficit reduction deal is possible.

From Asia Times, David Goldman analyzes the housing market.

On Financial Sense, Alan Reynolds discusses the progressivity of U.S. income tax rates.

From KOA Radio in Denver, CO, Reynolds analyzes the debt debate and growth.

Speaker Boehner’s press office trumpets conservative Keynesian John Taylor tying the debt limit to spending cuts.

In an error-ridden Salon article, Steve Kornacki blames deficits on supply-side economics.

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