Category Archives: Krugman
Or, PAUL KRUGMAN DISSEMBLES AGAIN. David Beckworth and Scott Sumner — citing Hayek, Selgin, Horwitz, and White — claim the mantle of Friedrich Hayek in making their case for NGDP targeting, quantitative easing, and a monetary disequilibrium understanding of the … Continue reading
Things aren’t less ugly than you thought — Paul Krugman is likening Tea Party Republicans to blood-thirsty Nazis.
You didn’t know that? It’s perhaps time we take the warning signs seriously. Paul’s crazy-guy darkly Manichean view of the world is beginning to scare me. It’s not tied to reality and its fixated on violence. And now Krugman has … Continue reading
I look forward to the formal censure of Paul Krugman by the courageous and principled American Economic Association and that deep well of high character, the Princeton Faculty Senate. The latest on America’s “Professor Hate” here, here, here, here, and … Continue reading
Paul Krugman is falsely, viciously smearing Americans who believe in limited government — his intellectual and political rivals — as accomplices to mass murder. How precious. If he’d done this to any other class of American lets hope he’d be … Continue reading
Paul Krugman — a continuing disgrace to professional economists everywhere. More on Paul Krugman’s taste for incendiary rhetoric and blood libels here, here, and here, along with continuing broader coverage of the hypocritical, hate spreading, blood libeling left at Instapundit … Continue reading