I also like the article because it gives a pretty straightforward and simple explanation of how economies work. Here is a good example:
"The popular idea that the economy is driven by "stimulus" spending—as if politicians could capture and bring in resources from outside the economic system—is mistaken. Economies grow as the result of capital being put to work. Capital is plentiful. But it retreats in times of turbulence and uncertainty, coming back to work when uncertainty abates."
I agree that capital is currently plentiful, thanks to all of the actions by the Federal Reserve. Let's hope that businesses do a good job putting that capital back to work, resulting in a stronger than expected recovery.