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Weekend edition: Lewis on growth and austerity; Taylor on stable policy; Hubbard on Romney’s policies.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains how austerity and growth can coincide.

In The WSJ, John Taylor argues for more stable monetary and fiscal policy.

On The Kudlow Report, Romney advisor Glenn Hubbard suggests tax and spending reform will restore the economy:

From First Trust, Brian Wesbury responds to the claim that the President hasn’t been a big spender.

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore reports rumors of a Hillary Clinton switch with Joe Biden.

On Fox Business News, David Stockman worries about the national debt:

At Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett examines Republican and Democratic spending patterns.

Progressive Rambler features a cartoon on supply-side economics:

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