"Breakfast Links: October 14, 2011"
— Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan is still occupied.
— The anti-fluoride people are finally winning thanks to budget cuts.
— Regulations don’t explain high unemployment.
— The corn maze conundrum.
— Chinese inflation dips to 6.1 percent.
— New downgrade for Spanish debt.
— G20 ministers getting antsy at their big meeting.
— The Reagan legacy easy money and cheap oil.
— Congress seems unlikely to actually implement supercommittee trigger cuts to defense.