Larry Kudlow

Posted October 25, 2014

The idea that nothing much will change if the GOP captures the whole Congress is just plain wrong. The politics and policies in Washington are about to change in a major way.

Posted October 19, 2014

Posted October 18, 2014

The GOP should dare Obama to do more.

Posted October 11, 2014

Im taking the bull case.

Posted October 02, 2014

Both Jack and Bobby would have embraced the remarkable work of David H. Koch.

Posted September 21, 2014

The greenback is in the midst of a rally not seen since the 1990s. Investors worldwide are buying the equivalent of stock in America, Inc.

Posted September 12, 2014

Trust, but verify.

Posted September 07, 2014

If the Republican Party adopts a clear, optimistic, growth-and-reform message to turn America around, it can win big in November. It could still be a wave election.

Posted August 25, 2014

ll this sounds suspiciously like the housing version of the ACORN electioneering operations. In other words, community organizers. In other words, left-wing groups who had absolutely nothing to do with the credit crisis.

Posted August 18, 2014

. . . .despite a phony Democratic indictment.

Posted August 17, 2014

Today many leading economists are throwing up their arms in frustration and assuring us that 2 percent growth is really the best we can do.

Posted August 03, 2014

Posted July 27, 2014

The Obama Democrats will try to push through a bill to stop foreign re-incorporations. It will never pass. And they'll keep trashing business and turning up the flame on the class-warfare burner.

Posted July 19, 2014

Across his remarkably successful presidency, Ronald Reagan repeatedly made the link between the U.S. economy and U.S. international security and defense. He consistently argued that weakness at home leads to weakness abroad.

Posted July 05, 2014

Posted June 29, 2014

It's a government-sponsored menace that actually damages American business competitiveness and reduces jobs at home. Voting against Ex-Im should be a no-brainier.

Posted June 11, 2014

Listening to David Brat on election night, following his upset win over Eric Cantor in Virginia's seventh congressional district, I heard a principled, free-market, pro-growth individual who is going to make an excellent Republican House member.

Posted June 08, 2014

Putting it all together, overall economic growth is still trapped in a sub-par growth zone. And it will remain there, Grannis says, "Unless and until policies in Washington become more growth-friendly (e.g. reduced tax and regulatory burdens)."