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Wednesday summary: Kudlow, Pethokoukis, and Ryan on the Super Committee; Gingrich advocates innovation and growth; Ponnuru counters Republican budget obsession.

From NRO, Larry Kudlow warns Super Committee Republicans not to make a tax hike deal.

At The American, James Pethokoukis chimes in against a tax hike.

On The Kudlow Report, US Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) discusses the Super Committee:

At Human Events, Newt Gingrich contrasts his economic approach – innovation/growth – with austerity/pain and fantasy/collapse.

In Forbes, Nick Schulz suggests the Obama Administration is biased against private investment.

IBD chides the President for making the US less attractive to foreign investors.

The Street cites Ron Paul, Steve Forbes, and Lew Lehrman in explaining ideas to transition to a gold-linked currency (h/t: TGSN):


At NRO, Veronique de Rugy notes millionaires change over time.

On Bloomberg, Ramesh Ponnuru challenges the conventional wisdom that Republicans lost in 2006 and 2008 because of excessive spending.

In The NYT, Bruce Bartlett disputes the GOP’s Balanced Budget Amendment and starve-the-beast ideology.

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