WSJ: Reagan and Obama: A Tale of Two Recoveries

How these two presidents responded to a deep recession reveals polar extremes in policy. And in results. By Phil Gramm as appeared on August 30, 2012, on page A15 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal Only twice since World War II has the U.S. unemployment rate reached 10%:...
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Steve McMillin: Fiscal Cliff is Bad News for the Economy

‘Cliff’-Hanger On Dividends THU 12 JUL 12 | 03:40 PM ET Discussing their biggest concern with the fiscal cliff scenario and what impact it could have on dividend holders, with Steve McMillin, U.S. Policy Metrics, and Grover Norquist, Americans For Tax Reform.   Watch the video  ...
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Senator Phil Gramm joins AEI to work on Economic Policy

Senator Phil Gramm joins AEI to work on Economic Policy American Enterprise Institute (AEI) President Arthur Brooks announced today that former senator Phil Gramm has joined AEI to work on economic policy. Senator Gramm joins AEI as a visiting scholar after a long and distinguished career in public service, academia...
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Gramm and McMillin: The Real Causes of Income Inequality

Any analysis of taxes paid in high tax-and-spend countries shows that the U.S. has the most progressive income tax system in the world. By Phil Gramm and Steve McMillin as appeared in Wall Street Journal on April 6, 2012 In the stagnant days of the Carter administration, when inflation was...
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