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Paul Krugman

Early on November 9th, as Donald Trump closed in on the presidency, markets around the world plunged. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman apparently saw this...
Democrats

It's been more than six weeks since Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election and Democrats are not yet fully reconciled to the prospect of...
Paul Krugman

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman exemplifies the contradictions that plague the mind of an ideologue. For those whose politics also serves as a chief source...
Bernie Sanders

One of professional political commentary’s most irritating and, thus, dominant new traits is the pundit’s habit of appending the invented suffix “splaining” to a variety...

Paul Krugman is shocked that the Supreme Court would agree to hear the case regarding ObamaCare subsidies in states that have not set up their own exchanges,...

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman thinks it’s outrageous. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hear King v. Burwell, the case in which the state...

I wonder what it says about the modern "progressive" mindset that Paul Krugman can only imagine two reasons to wage war: for profit or for the...

At first it seemed like just a minor kerfuffle, the sort of thing that happens to every politician and soon fades away. Paul Ryan says...

After the initial shock, liberals have responded to Detroit’s bankruptcy crisis with their usual vigor while attempting to answer conservatives who have rightly asserted that...

There are few policy prescriptions dearer to the hearts of liberals than the minimum wage. In theory it provides a “living wage” to those at...

Paul Krugman is in a channeling frenzy in today’s column, entitled “The Dwindling Deficit.” His inner Alfred E. Neuman says, ‘What, me worry?”: The budget deficit...

I rarely agree with New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, but he spoke the truth when he wrote yesterday on his blog at the paper...