Kudlow’s Money Politics

Tonight’s 5pm Lineup

On tonight’s first installment of Kudlow & Company:

We will start things off with a stock market discussion and a fresh look at our Goldilocks economy.

On board:

*Jason Trennert, chief investment strategist at Strategas Research Partners LLC

*John Rutledge, Chairman/CEO of Rutledge Capital

*Quentin Hardy, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief for Forbes magazine

A Washington to Wall Street economic/political debate between Jim Glassman, fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and Gary Gensler, former Treasury undersecretary.

On the political front – our all-star political panel will offer their perspective on the eve of tomorrow’s election.

On board:

*Tony Blankley, Washington Times editorial page editor

*Lanny Davis, author/White House special counsel in the Clinton administration

*Peter Beinart, author/editor-at-large of The New Republic

*Deroy Murdoch, syndicated columnist

Also, pollster Scott Rasmussen of the Rasmussen Reports will offer his take on tomorrow’s election battles.

Larry Kudlow is the author of JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity, written with Brian Domitrovic.

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