Kudlow: There is no currency war
Japan is wisely taking steps to increase liquidity and depreciate their vastly overpriced yen.
Kudlow: Spending sequester will grow private economy — don’t back off
Big-government Keynesians think big spending provides big growth.
Kudlow: Obama’s declaration of collectivism
His trademark class-warfare, income-leveling rationalizations
Kudlow: Unqualified Jack Lew will tax and spend
Instead of being a fresh face who can generate a clean start for a new slate of fiscal compromises, Lew is going to represent the same old Obama confrontation with the Republican House.
Kudlow: One cheer for the cliff deal
On the day after the bargain was clinched, the stock market gave a 300-point cheer. So be it. I’m going to bet that the big stock rally was a sign of relief that the final deal wasn’t worse.
Kudlow: No cliff calamity: That’s what stocks are correctly predicting
The GOP knows that Obama has the upper hand in this post-election battle. Therefore, they are preparing a strategic retreat.
Kudlow: Herbert Hoover Obama?
Even The Washington Post is criticizing Obama for failing to deliver a specific plan regarding entitlement and non-entitlement spending cuts.
Don’t go wobbly, GOP
Op-ed: After losing the presidential election, what will Republicans stand for?
Obama’s little plan
Under pressure from Mitt Romney, President Obama has finally released his own policy vision for a second term. And, yes, it’s the same old, same old.
Is Obama buying the election with his welfare explosion?
With the unprecedented budget explosion of means-tested, welfare-related entitlements, does Team Obama think it can buy the election?