Economics

Must reads for Dec. 13, 2011

1. Everything you ever wanted to know, or needed to know, about a brokered GOP convention next summer — Sean Trende, RealClearPolitics

2. How Jon Huntsman could win the GOP nomination — Nate Silver, New York Times

3. Obama’s math works only in BizzaroEcon World – Don Boudreaux, Cafe Hayek

4. Five paths to an Obama electoral college win (all narrow) — HuffPo

5. Obama’s economics reach a hopeless new low — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets

6. The end of stagnation and the coming innovation boom – Nick Schulz, The American

7. Congress mandated purchase of 250 million gallons in 2011. Actual production: 6.6 million — WSJ

8. The market as the antidote to capitalism – The Rational Optimist

9. The City must now look to its own defense — Danel Hannan, The Telegraph

10. Asian gloom spreads to Vietnam — Walter Russell Meade, The American Interest

11. Obama’s big class-warfare theme — Larry Kudlow, CNBC

12. Obama is an awful economic historian – Brian Domitroiv, Forbes

 

 

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