Weekend round up: Lewis on Bretton Woods; Glassman on growth; Pethokoukis on jobs and the election.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains the trauma caused by the collapse of the Bretton Woods monetary system four decades ago.

On Forbes, James Glassman argues faster growth will lower the deficit.

At Forbes, Peter Ferrara suggests economic equality proposals lead to poverty.

On The Kudlow Report, James Pethokoukis discusses jobs and the 2012 election:




On RCM, Pat Buchanan rebuts extreme tax increase rhetoric.

In The Washington Post, Bruce Bartlett examines the debt ceiling.

At The Tax Foundation, Stephen Moore discusses the tax increases and the debt.

Canada’s National Post covers the Tea Party’s embrace of the gold standard (h/t: Ralph Benko).

On the Senate floor, Sen. Orrin Hatch (UT) argues for shared prosperity rather than shared sacrifice:

On COAL, Paul Krugman worries that gold bugs have taken over the GOP.

From Calafia Beach Pundit, Scott Grannis reports a rise in the money supply.

At NRO, Brian Bolduc explains on Utah’s Sound Money Act.

On Hot Air, Jazz Shaw critiques the Laffer Curve.

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