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    Trump plans to name Larry Kudlow his top economic advisor, replacing Gary Cohn

    Trump could announce his decision to choose Kudlow as his National Economic Council director as soon as Thursday. The president offered the CNBC senior contributor and on-air personality the job on Tuesday night, and Kudlow accepted, a person familiar told CNBC.

    Kudlow, 70, would replace Gary Cohn, who left the White House earlier this month amid disagreements about tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. The longtime CNBC personality advocates for free trade and generally opposes tariffs.

    When Cohn left, Kudlow expressed his disappointment with the move. On Tuesday, the president said he would welcome disagreement from Kudlow if he chose him for the post.

    "We don't agree on everything, but in this case I think that's good," Trump said. "I want to have different opinions. We agree on most. He now has come around to believing in tariffs as a negotiating point."
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    The National Economic Council director advises the president on economic issues and works to implement policy goals. Cohn helped to shepherd the Republican tax law, Trump's signature achievement in office so far, through its passage in December.

    Kudlow also supported the tax bill.

    Kudlow helped to craft economic policy during the Reagan administration. He informally advised Trump on taxes and other economic issues during his 2016 run for president.
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    More: https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2018/03/14/...placement.html
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    Another neocon, [sometime] Federal Reserve supporter. Kudlow can help him on foreign policy too.

    Taking Back The Market — by Force
    By Larry Kudlow-June 26, 2002

    Finishing the war strong may be the only way.

    The economy is doing fine but the stock market is slumping. So far, the blame has rightly been placed on corporate corruption, dishonest accounting practices, and some ill-advised protectionist trade moves by the Bush administration. But these, it seems, are only partly to blame.

    A worrisome USA Today/CNN/Gallup poll reveals that only one in three Americans believe the U.S. is now winning the war on terrorism, with a full half saying the war is at a stalemate. Compare this with last January, when two-thirds of the country said the U.S. was winning the war.

    Could it be that a lack of decisive follow-through in the global war on terrorism is the single biggest problem facing the stock market and the nation today? I believe it is.

    There has been a big drop in the American spirit. The euphoria surrounding the successful victory in Afghanistan has given way to a gnawing fear that Osama bin Laden and his evil followers have survived, regrouped, and are getting ready to hit us again. Sept. 11 may not be the seminal event. A new calamity may befall us, one that will surely close our businesses, shut our financial markets, block basic family security, and inflict unimagined pain on the nation. The down market is a manifestation of the pained expressions on our faces.

    President Bush’s speech Monday set down the clear democratic-reform principles necessary to change Palestine from a terrorist safe-harbor into a true member of the family of nations. He correctly delineated U.S. support for our democratic alley Israel, and just as clearly assigned the appropriate blame to Arafat’s piece of the evil axis. He also communicated the principles of free elections, representative government, and the rule of law to the other Middle Eastern states that fail on all these counts. Bush wasn’t only speaking to Iraq, Iran, and Syria, but also to Saudi Arabia, and perhaps even Egypt.

    But these are just more words in this global and just war on terror. The president must now execute and follow-through in support of these fine principles. There can be no hesitation. In dealing with Israel and the PLA, there can be no return to the split-the-difference peace processes that have failed completely in the past.

    Even more, Bush must not allow Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden to remain in play. That they are still around, poised to do catastrophic mischief, is a huge factor in just how far American confidence in this war has deteriorated.

    To be sure, the greatest mistake Papa Bush ever made was leaving Saddam Hussein in place. Weakened or not, he is still there — and Americans have never liked loose ends. With weapons of mass destruction at his disposal, and through his financing of terrorism worldwide, Saddam is a dangerous loose end.

    Decisive shock therapy to revive the American spirit would surely come with a U.S. invasion of Iraq. Why not begin with a large-scale special-forces commando raid on the Iraqi oil fields? This will send a shot across Saddam’s bow; an electrifying signal to all terrorist nations. The message will be that the game is up. Surrender now or you will be crushed in a short while.

    Meanwhile, Saddam’s cash flow can be cut off. Oil is his only crop, his single manufacture. Without money there will be nothing left to steal, and nothing to use to pay off his cronies.

    A couple of weeks later a final assault on Baghdad can take place. A small war, to use Wall Street Journal editorialist Max Boot’s lexicon, led by fast-moving special forces and leather-toughened Marines, and assisted by high-tech precision bombs and air cover, can get the job done. All-out war mobilization is unnecessary. Iraq will fall with much less. At the same time, U.S. special forces must conduct a similar sweep to root out the bin Ladens and al Qaedas along the Pakistani/Afghan border.

    In his key war speeches thus far — the axis-of-evil designation before Congress, the first-strike-preemption speech at West Point, and this week’s Palestine-directed statement of institution-building through the principles of freedom — Bush has kept democracy and a market economy central to solving this world terrorism crisis. But statements of principle only go so far. The spirit and security of the United States now require the instrument of war.

    The shock therapy of decisive war will elevate the stock market by a couple-thousand points. We will know that our businesses will stay open, that our families will be safe, and that our future will be unlimited. The world will be righted in this life-and-death struggle to preserve our values and our civilization. But to do all this, we must act.
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    https://www.nationalreview.com/2002/...-larry-kudlow/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Another neocon, Federal Reserve supporter. Kudlow can help him on foreign policy too.
    He is a neocon.

    Where are you getting he is a Fed supporter? Most supply siders of that era don't think monetary policy has any affect so they support a gold standard. I am pretty certain that describes Kudlow. Art Laffer and Steve Forbes are big gold standard people and Kudlow seems to tag along with them on everything else.

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    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
    "dumpster diving isn't professional." - angelatc


    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krugminator2 View Post
    He is a neocon.

    Where are you getting he is a Fed supporter? Most supply siders of that era don't think monetary policy has any affect so they support a gold standard. I am pretty certain that describes Kudlow. Art Laffer and Steve Forbes are big gold standard people and Kudlow seems to tag along with them on everything else.
    I remember him being really good with Ron Paul.
    Kudlow: All right. We welcome back to the show Ron Paul, Republican Congressman from Texas, former presidential candidate who had some tough words for Ben Bernanke. Take a listen to this please.

    [Video of Congressman Paul’s comments during Bernanke testimony: “Inflation is a tax. And if the Federal Reserve, and you as chairman, have this authority to increase the money supply arbitrarily, you’re probably the biggest taxer in the country.]

    Kudlow: Oh, Mr. Paul, I heard that this morning, I got so excited sir. I just had to have you on. I’m so glad you’re around today. I say almost nightly that inflation is the cruelest tax of all. And the consumer price index, I’m sure you know this, but I didn’t hear Bernanke reference it today, 1.1 increase in June, 7.9 percent at an annual rate over the past three months, and 5 percent over the last 12 months. Did Bernanke understand what you were getting at sir?

    Rep. Paul: Well I was hoping he did. You know, I did bring up the CPI very briefly. But I thought he did concede half of the message that I gave because he did say that inflation was a tax. He did acknowledge that, but he didn’t acknowledge that he had anything to do with it. And you know, I did make the concession to him that he himself didn’t create every bit of inflation that we have today, because it does add up. It’s been over a period of time and we’ve been inflating for a long time. Every time we’ve had a crisis we have sort of arrested that crisis by more inflation, exactly what we’re doing now. But ultimately, people pay for it in higher prices. So if we look at the higher energy prices, and you and I would agree we need free markets and capitalism and more drilling and all this, but if there’s an inflated price there due to the depreciation of money that won’t solve that part of the problem.

    Kudlow: Well that’s the deal. Let me go with you on this. The Federal Reserve is accumulating more and more authority now in our financial system. They may well be the so-called “financial stabilizer” of last resort. They now have new regulatory power over Wall Street investment banks. And of course, they’re supposed to balance unemployment and inflation. Mr. Paul, with all these new missions, it seems to me what’s gonna get sacrificed? Inflation and the dollar, isn’t that the way this is going to wind up?

    Paul: Absolutely, but also our freedoms. And just that litany of what you listed there is central economic planning. We don’t believe in central economic planning. At least I don’t. But that’s central economic planning through the monetary system. And now the regulatory system, not only does the Fed have the power over the supply of money and the interest rates, but now they want the regulatory function over more than just the banks, all the financial industries. I tell you, I think it’s a bad sign for free market capitalism.

    Kudlow: I’ve been talking sir, a little bit, just in recent days and weeks, this funny story, I’m calling it the new socialism. Nobody can fail in America. If something fails, then government’s gonna come in and bail them out. Now the latest of course is Fannie and Freddie. There’s a huge housing bailout bill out there. Who knows? Maybe we may [bail out] the airlines, the automobile companies, I don’t know. You know, Phil Gramm may have had a point. We are a nation of whiners. Nobody wants to lose. Capitalism, you’re supposed to have the great opportunity and freedom to succeed, but you also have the freedom to fail. What’s happened to the freedom to fail?

    Paul: Well you know a lot of consumers and people who are losing their jobs, they have a right to be angry and complaining and I sympathize with them. And you talk about socialism, and we do have a form of socialism creeping in, but it sort of is of the fascist type, because we have business and big government, you know, working together. It’s not the old-fashioned type of socialism where government owns everything. But they do control a lot of the financial markets for the benefit of certain industries, whether it’s the banks or other industries. And they do want bailout. And they are socializing their failures and that certainly shouldn’t be what we’re working for.

    Kudlow: Mr. Paul, can you stay with us and work with our panel for a moment or two?

    Paul: I think so.

    Kudlow: All right we’d love to have you. Jerry Bowyer what did you just hear? What’s the way out? And let me ask you too Jerry, I mean once again today, Bernanke, you get this big inflation number in the CPI. Yesterday it was the Producer Price Index. So far as I can tell Bernanke has thrown the dollar overboard. He’s thrown the dollar under the bus. He’s saying we have to worry about financial stability, a weak economy, high inflation. If you try to be everything to all people you get nothing done. I’ve kind of lost hope on the dollar Jerry. You heard Ron Paul. What’s your take?

    Jerry Bowyer [chief economist Benchmark Financial]: Well don’t lose hope on the dollar because Bernanke will learn I think from experience. I think Ron Paul is right on the policy side, where he says that the Fed has been far too loose and we are devaluing our coinage. I don’t think he’s right in saying that there shouldn’t be a Fed, that there shouldn’t be a national bank, that it’s unconstitutional. I think that’s an overstatement. I want a Fed that does its job well. I want a lender of last resort, with a good strong money policy, a good strong dollar policy. So at least on that policy, I agree with Congressman Paul.

    Kudlow: Mr. Paul, can we have a Fed that does its job well?

    Paul: I don’t think so. I think it’s the system that by nature will fail. Because of, you know, the character of the human beings, whether they’re in the Congress or in the Federal Reserve. The temptation is – you know, even Milton Friedman said that you could have a type of Federal Reserve, or a computer, increase the money at 3 percent. But if you understand human nature, 3.5 percent might be better than 3 percent. And the Congress loves this because they can spend money, they don’t have to tax directly, and they can always resort to the Fed. So whether it’s the Fed deliberately doing this or the pressure from the political side and the Congress, no, I don’t think so. It’s the monetary system. You have to have the consumer in charge and only a gold coin standard can do that. Because if you mistrust the system, you can always say, “Hey, are they printing too much money? Let me see if they have the gold in the bank.” And that’s the only real test of money.

    Kudlow: Gold, gold…

    Bowyer: We didn’t have a gold standard in the 1980s and we had great money.

    Kudlow: Yeah gold is definitely my favorite four-letter word. I mean it is, look, we basically had the equivalent of $300 dollar gold for almost twenty years. I mean it worked beautifully. It all broke down at the beginning of the new century. I mean that’s the interesting thing. It just completely broke down. Joe Battipaglia, you’ve heard Congressman Paul. You’ve heard Jerry Bowyer and others. Joe, if you buy into it, I don’t know if you do or not, what do you do as an investor, if you’re faced with this problem, the breakdown in Federal Reserve and monetary discipline. Inflation is the cruelest tax of all. As an investor Joe, what do you do about it?

    more at link...
    http://kudlowsmoneypolitics.blogspot...-ron-paul.html

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    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
    "dumpster diving isn't professional." - angelatc


    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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    kudlow / laffer , i am still waiting for the trickle down .

    at least i won't see kudlow on cnbc all the time .
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    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
    "dumpster diving isn't professional." - angelatc


    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
    "dumpster diving isn't professional." - angelatc


    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krugminator2 View Post
    He is a neocon.

    Where are you getting he is a Fed supporter? Most supply siders of that era don't think monetary policy has any affect so they support a gold standard. I am pretty certain that describes Kudlow. Art Laffer and Steve Forbes are big gold standard people and Kudlow seems to tag along with them on everything else.
    IIRC, Kudlow was always talking up bubbles right before they popped, and a big part of those bubbles was the work of Greenspan and later Bernanke, who he often praised. But you are correct that he is not a fan of inflationary Fed policy, and probably prefers sounder money, but he just loves "king dollar".
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    This is just what Trump needs right now...

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2002/...-larry-kudlow/
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    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Corporate-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    IIRC, Kudlow was always talking up bubbles right before they popped, and a big part of those bubbles was the work of Greenspan and later Bernanke, who he often praised. But you are correct the he is not a fan of inflationary Fed policy, and probably prefers sounder money, but he just loves "king dollar".
    He's a bad economist. In fact, he isn't an economist at all. He is not qualified for the position. I was just making the point that he is probably the closest to Ron Paul on Fed policy as you are going to get (which doesn't even matter because that isn't what he will be involved with).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krugminator2 View Post
    He's a bad economist. In fact, he isn't an economist at all. He is not qualified for the position. I was just making the point that he is probably the closest to Ron Paul on Fed policy as you are going to get (which doesn't even matter because that isn't what he will be involved with).
    Yeah, it has been years since I watched him, but he was always a cheer leader and shill for Wall St, especially at bubble tops. Before the housing bubble collapse and stock market crashes, he usually avoided people like Peter Schiff and Ron Paul. After the fact he was more than happy to have them on, as they were right and he was wrong.
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    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
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    Bush Boom Continues
    By LARRY KUDLOW - December 7, 2007

    Thereís no recession coming. The pessimistas were wrong. Itís not going to happen. At a bare minimum, we are looking at Goldilocks 2.0. (And thatís a minimum). Goldilocks is alive and well. The Bush boom is alive and well. Itís finishing up its sixth consecutive year with more to come. Yes, itís still the greatest story never told.
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    More: https://www.nationalreview.com/blog/...-larry-kudlow/

    Market crash and recession starts: 2008.
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    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
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    The Housing Bears Are Wrong Again
    By Larry Kudlow - June 20, 2005

    Homebuilders led the stock parade this week with a fantastic 11 percent gain. This is a group that hedge funds and bubbleheads love to hate. All the bond bears have been dead wrong in predicting sky-high mortgage rates. So have all the bubbleheads who expect housing-price crashes in Las Vegas or Naples, Florida, to bring down the consumer, the rest of the economy, and the entire stock market.

    None of this has happened. The Federal Reserve has effectively mopped up excess cash and calmed inflation expectations. Thatís why bond rates are hovering around 4 percent, with most mortgage rates about a point higher.
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    More: https://www.nationalreview.com/2005/...-larry-kudlow/
    Housing market peaks and starts steep decline: Early 2006.
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    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Corporate-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
    "Totally free immigration? I've never taken that position. I believe in national sovereignty." - Ron Paul


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    Quote Originally Posted by specsaregood View Post
    I remember him being really good with Ron Paul.

    Kudlow: Mr. Paul, can we have a Fed that does its job well?
    http://kudlowsmoneypolitics.blogspot...-ron-paul.html
    What I was getting at is that Kudlow seems to think that the Fed as an institution is good, and could do it's job well, but he would prefer a Fed that controlled inflation.
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    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Corporate-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
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    Incoming National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow says that he will ask the staff assembled by his predecessor, outgoing chief economic adviser Gary Cohn, to stay on the job.
    “It’s a terrific staff and I’ve asked everyone to stay on,” Kudlow told The Washington Post on Monday. He noted that while he might add more workers, he does not have any wishes to make major personnel changes.

    More at: http://thehill.com/homenews/administ...&utm_content=1
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    Trump needs people who know how to handle media.
    Truth is a social construct. 👁👁






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