Thursday, October 30, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: Fed cuts rate to 1%.
WSJ: McCain accuses the LA Times of holding back Obama's video.
WSJ: Calabresi on Obama's "redistribution" Constitution.
The Economist on its presidential endorsements in previous elections.
The Economist on McCain's (small) chances of winning.
The Economist on house prices that keep dropping.
The Economist: Iceland goes to the IMF.
Forbes on the road to Euro-taxes (HT Oliver).
Mankiw on the shared application mortgage (SAM) solution to foreclosures.
Eberstadt on the demographic problems in Russia.
Caplan on DeLong going ballistic.
Perry on the culture of government dependency.

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