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Archive of posts published in the tag: Larry Kudlow

Shaming the Kennedy Legacy

from The National Review Larry Kudlow writes None Can Call it Treason excerpts: A couple of weeks ago at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, several hundred people went to their feet to applaud a speech delivered by David H. Koch.…

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The End of Excuses

From National Review Online Secular Stagnation Is a Cover-Up Failed Keynesian policies have blocked growth. By Larry Kudlow & Stephen Moore Excerpts: The blame falls on the White House and the Fed, and the discredited Keynesian model that government spending,…

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Addicted to Bad Ideas

From the National Review Editors  The Minimum Wages of Politics: In any case, the main problem facing poor families is not a low minimum wage, but high unemployment. While the president likes to cite poorly understood income figures (which tell…

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Why QE-3 Will Fail

Larry Kudlow writes in the National Review Online Obamanomics Has Failed Dismally,  9/14/12 Excerpts: More money doesn’t necessarily mean more growth. More Fed money won’t increase after-tax rewards for risk, entrepreneurship, business hiring, and hard work. Keeping more of what…

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A Capital Strike

Larry Kudlow writes in the National Review, Reagan Praised Entrepreneurs into Recovery –Why must Obama trash them into recession? JULY 19, 2012 Excerpt: A week earlier, I interviewed Alan Greenspan. I asked him about the impact of over $1 trillion…

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Oil Supply Misinformation

Larry Kudlow writes King Dollar Will Cut Oil Prices in Townhall.  While he writes about higher oil prices actaully being a mere reflection of a weaker dollar, he also notes how we are falling prey to bad information that is both believed…

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Oil Prices Are Only a Symptom

Larry Kudlow writes King Dollar Will Cut Oil Prices in Townhall. Excerpts: A stronger dollar is key. The Joint Economic Committee just put out a study showing that a 10 to 15 percent appreciation of the greenback to pre-recession levels…

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