Correcting the Record

Dear NY Times: Spending Isn't the Problem

Keynesian mythology has it all wrong; lack of private investment is the worry.

Dear NY Times: Is Krugman a Luddite?

If China's monetary policy hurts American employment by lowering cost of goods, wouldn't better U.S. technology also hurt jobs because they lower cost and labor needs?

Dear NY Times: Tax Revenues Have 'Skyrocketed'

When inflation is considered, 2010 tax revenues will be 61 percent higher than 1980.

Dear NY Times: Krugman's Deregulation Assertion Misleads

1930s bank runs were caused by government missteps.

Dear WTOP: 'Swipe Fees' Don't Rip off Consumers

Despite economist's assertion, building in costs like transaction fees to a price is not wrong.

Dear Wash. Post: Haitian Tragedy Magnified by Lack of Economic Freedom

Greater economic freedom could have spared lives.

Dear USA Today: Current Crisis Not Worse than Great Depression

U.S. economic woes are not the result of globalization and free trade.

Dear WSJ: Congressional Oversight is No Accountability

Politicians report to special interests, not the public.

Dear Washington Post: Poor Grasp of Economics

Meyerson's complaint that there are two few manufacturing jobs is flawed.

Dear Wash. Post: 'Antigovernment ideologues' and Stimulus

E. J. Dionne is wrong, many economists opposed stimulus spending.
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