This weekend’s year-end issue of the Wall Street Journal features an interview with basketball star Jalen Rose, conducted by Stephen Moore. Read From the Fab Five to the Three Rs.
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?
Brian Domitrovic: August 15, 1971: A Date Which Has Lived In Infamy
Brian Domitrovic: Supply-Side Thermodynamics Are Rocking Our World