Politics and Government
From The WSJ, Phil Izzo writes teens face worst labor market.
On Lou Dobbs, Lewis Lehrman discusses when Fed tapering will begin
In Cato @ Liberty, Alan Reynolds compares Paul Krugman’s housing bubble forecast to his.
At The WSJ, David Weidner says today is a lucky day, because Lawrence Summers was not chairman of the Federal Reserve.
In Fortune, Dan Mitchell explains why cable companies keep pushing metered internet service.
The Kudlow Report discusses recent progress on pushing immigration through the house.
At The WSJ, Cynthia Lin believes tapering may be good for Treasurys.
In ATR, Adam Radman describes the high medical bill tax in Obamacare.