Larry Kudlow: November 2008 Archives

Robert Mundell's New Wisdom

New economic stats on consumer spending and business durable-goods investment show an economy that's sinking fast across-the-board. Wall Street economist John Ryding expects a 4 percent drop in fourth-quarter real GDP. Of course, the Fed is pouring in new cash... Read More

Tarp the TARP

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has called for a pause in the financing request for the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP), halting it at $350 billion. (The original request was for $700 billion.) I think that's an excellent idea. But in... Read More

Paulson's Rescue-Plan Adjustments (They're Better than Obama's)

Remember that huge congressional swing-out two months ago over the Treasury's request for $700 billion to purchase at auction a bunch of toxic assets that no one wanted to buy? And remember John McCain's curious behavior, temporarily shutting down his... Read More

Is Obama Swiping the Tax Cut Issue?

Voters seem to think he's the Ronald Reagan tax-cutter of the 2008 election. Wouldn't it be the height of irony if Barack Obama wins this election as the Ronald Reagan tax-cutter? His tax plans are severely flawed and his campaign... Read More

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