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Supply Side Reading 10-17-14

Thursday News: Steve Forbes writes the virus of bad money is undermining growth; Ralph Benko praises Peter Thiel’s new book “Zero to One,” echos Theil’s observation of a “power law” that rules the world.

Politics and Government
At Forbes.com, Steve Forbes writes the virus of bad money is undermining growth; Steve Forbes says more malpractice from the Fed will hurt the economy.. 
From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko praises Peter Thiel’s new book “Zero to One,” echos Theil’s observation of a “power law” that rules the world. 
Reuters reports U.S. retail sales, producer prices give cautionary signs on the economy. 
The WSJ covers wild swings in stocks, treasurys, dollars, oil, and gold. 
Monetary Reform
At Coin Telegraph, Diana Ngo says Venezuala’s strict control over their floundering currency has Venezuelans turning to bitcoin. 
At TGSN, Ralph Benko presents part 2 of his interview with Professor Lawrence White. 
Middle Class Squeeze
Middle Class Squeeze is Worldwide.

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Supply Side Reading 9-14-14

Once again, thanks to our friends at The Supply Side for keeping us updated with content we may miss over the course of days.

Weekend Wrap Up: Ralph Benko at Forbes.com writes Steve Forbes and Steve Lonegan are out to Fix The Dollar; Steve Lonegan says there is no free market as long as the Fed is destroying our money.

Politics and Government

From Politico, Howard Shatz writes to defeat ISIS, follow the money.

At Forbes.com, Stephen Moore says the fast food protests are a great plan to destroy teen jobs.

Monetary Reform

Ralph Benko at Forbes.com writes Steve Forbes and Steve Lonegan are out to Fix The Dollar.

From MarketWatch, Steve Lonegan says there is no free market as long as the Fed is destroying our money.

Dr. Larry Parks interviews FixTheDollar’s Steve Lonegan about the importance of high integrity money on his TV talk show.

The NY Sun endorses William McKinley over William Jennings Bryan.

At Fortune, Chris Matthews shows America’s great growth slowdown.

In the Fiscal Times, Jason Russell reviews Steve Forbes new book “Money.”

In the WSJ, David Malpass believes the Fed is looking like a sovereign wealth fund.

From MarketWatch, Greg Robb covers the only two words that will matter at the Fed next week.

The Big Squeeze

Bloomberg warns rising milk costs signal higher prices for pizza.

World

At National Interest, Christopher Whalen analyzes whether Japan’s economy is heading towards collapse.

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Supply Side Reading 9-7-14

New update from my friends at The Supply Side blog:

Weekend Wrap Up: The Ridgewood Blog notes that Steve Forbes and Steve Lonegan have teamed up to mend the Fed and restore a classical gold standard; American Principles In Action launches “Fix the Dollar Dot Com”

Politics and Government

Peter Roff, in the Washington Times, decries a new $50B Chinese patent fund as a mercantilist front.

In the WSJ, Jon Hilsenrath reports the fed’s growth forecasts are unattainable under current Fed policy.

Monetary Reform

The Ridgewood Blog notes that Steve Forbes and Steve Lonegan have teamed up to mend the Fed and restore a classical gold standard.

American Principles in Action launches Fix the Dollar Dot Com

From National Review, Stephen Moore and Norbert Michel write the Fed can’t fix the economy.

In Forbes.com, John Tamny reflects on what Mises has to teach us about ISIS.

From the Menger Center, Paul-Martin Foss rebuts the St. Louis Fed’s message that Americans are hoarders.

CNBC believes the jobs bombshell has raised questions of new weakness in the economy.

The WSJ writes a slowdown in hiring has lowered the growth outlook.

In the WSJ, Professor John Taylor explains why returning to a rules-based monetary policy is the ‘nice’ thing to do.

The Big Squeeze

Households see electricity prices rising at record levels

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Supply Side Reading 5-13-10

Good links today from The Supply Side:

Thursday round up.

Brian Domitrovic provides historical context to point out why critics can’t say supply-side economics failed to eliminate deficits and failed to starve the beast.

Alan Reynolds says “Hello Supply Side” (h/t: Brian Domitrovic).

David P. Goldman provides a fascinating analysis of the current crisis by comparing Robert Mundell’s economic model to the Keynesian framework.

Steve Forbes argues the euro is worth keeping, and would be better fixed to gold.

John Tamny connects supply-side tax cuts to Ayn Rand’s idea of producers “shrugging.”

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