Guess who’s blogging? 

Larry Kudlow!

Whether you agree or disagree with his politics (and I’m more moderate / progressive than LK), he has long since proven his economic chops. I always find him intelligent, eloquent, and thought provoking.

Since he has been so kind to me personally, my objectivity stands about zero. But if you disagree with him, its all the more reason to understand the thought process from his school of economics.

Flame away . . .

Source:
Kudlow’s Money Politic$
Pro-growth, strong defense, virtuous values, business, and stocks
http://www.lkmp.blogspot.com/

Category: Economy, Finance, Markets, Weblogs

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous.

3 Responses to “Guess who’s blogging?”

  1. chris says:

    he has long since proven his economic chops. I always find him intelligent, eloquent, and thought provoking.

    LOL! Sounds like somebody is jonesing for a return trip to the K&C program.

    :-)

  2. I was just on a few weeks ago (the day after the election). But that’s why I say I have no objectivity — LK has been nothing but generous to me (professionally).

    I also know Jim Cramer — who impressed the hell out of me at a conference (althugh you’ll say that’ sucking up also!

    ; )

  3. chris says:

    I have more respect for Cramer, then i will ever have for Kudlow. Kudlow speaks for the establishment. Cramer speaks his mind (or at least seems to.)

    In Cramer’s book from a few years ago, he talked about sleeping in his car while working as a reporter in LA. Anybody that went through that, and was able to get to where he is now, is pretty damn smart in my book.

    So i will give you a pass on Cramer. ;-)

    BTW: Great blog, Barry.