One: Batten the hatches. Two: Then take a break to tune in The Great Kudlow, beaming his wisdom to the nation tomorrow, as he does every Saturday morning, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Eastern time, of course) from a station near you (or, if the local radio mavens have been negligent, via the World Wide Web, right here). On deck: Larry will be joined by Representative Kevin Brady, National Review’s own Robert Costa, Dan Henninger, Ed Goeas, Jed Babbin, Michael Farr, David Malpass, Brian Wesbury, James Pethokoukis, Steve Moore, and John McIntyre, the gang of ‘em discussing Obama anemic 2 percent GDP growth (and his credibility gap), a looming Romney Midwest sweep, what Barry’s second first term (tax, spend, slash defense) will look like, why the commander-in-chief failed to defend Americans at the Benghazi consulate, the fiscal cliff, the stock-market shock, and much more. If you believe, as you must, that free markets are the best path to prosperity, then hang out tomorrow with Larry!
by Jack Fowler