Charles C. Johnson has a tremendous, lengthy article about President Calvin Coolidge in the latest issue of The American Spectator:
Frugal, laconic Calvin Coolidge instinctively applied his conservative principles. The result was just what we need today: low debt and rising prosperity.
Ralph Benko for Townhall.com:
Larry Kudlow is awesome here in National Review about President Obama’s supposed jobs plan, which has nothing supply-side about it:
That won’t do it, Mr. President.
If left to its own devices, America’s free-market capitalism will produce growth and jobs. But it won’t happen in a targeted and temporary straight jacket.
Alan Reynolds in the Wall Street Journal:
How is increasing the price of imported oil and industrial commodities supposed to make U.S. industry more competitive?
Congressman Paul Ryan gave a speech today titled Shared Scarcity versus Renewed Prosperity. The speech at the Economic Club of Chicago is already drawing reviews (good and not-so-good), including from the Heartland Institute.