From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic defends Mitt Romney’s supply-side rhetoric.
On NRO, Larry Kudlow pans the Fed’s sterilized bond purchase plan.
At Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains a gold/dollar link would match currency supply with demand.
From Alhambra Partners, John Chapman suggests a US consensus on progressive taxation.
On CNBC, James Grant discusses the global loose money binge:
In The WSJ, Allan Meltzer notes similar patterns of wealth accumulation among the top 1% in European social democracies as in the US.
On US News, Bruce Yandle suggests bringing back the Misery Index.
In The WSJ, Stephen Moore argues California learn economic lessons from North Dakota.
From MarketWatch, Prof. Michael Bordo worries the Fed may be in danger of overshooting on inflation.
In The WSJ, George Melloan reviews a book on escalating compliance costs in US companies.
From The Manhattan Institute, Diana Furchgott-Roth refutes income inequality claims.
On The Kudlow Report, James Pethokoukis debates the latest job creation numbers:
At American Breaking Point, Charles Goyette remembers Jude Wanniski.
In Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett examines who is really rich today.