More Flimflammery from Pompous Paul Krugman: No 'Ad Hominem' Attacks Here!

Krugman has an announcement for his credulous Times readers: Constantly (and embarrassingly) calling a serious conservative politician a "flimflam" man is not an ad hominem attack; accurately ...

Zing! Paul Krugman Says Rep. Paul Ryan's 'Drenched in Flimflam Sauce' - But Own Source Disputes Him

The economist turned left-wing talking points parrot shows his way with an incisive insult by mocking conservative Republican budget-whiz Rep. Paul Ryan as a "flimflam man" whose work is "drenched ...

Paul Krugman on the JournoList? It Would Explain a Lot

Times Watch has long marveled at how quickly economist and columnist Paul Krugman become a reliable purveyor of talking points from the leftist blogosphere. Turns out he was subscribed to ...

David Brooks vs. Paul Krugman, Round 2?

Is columnist David Brooks calling out fellow columnist Paul Krugman, a supporter of more economic "stimulus"? These Demand Siders have very high I.Q.'s, but they seem to be strangers to doubt and ...

Calls to 'Rein in the Federal Government' Are 'Not Very Rational,' Al Hunt Declares on ABC

"The side that talks about the need to rein in the federal government" is "not very rational," yet "is winning" the debate over whether to pass another "stimulus" bill, Al Hunt regretted on ...

Angry Keynesian: Krugman Threatens to 'Punch' Detractors 'In the Kisser'

NY Times columnist frustrated by criticism of his support for more stimulus spending

From Krugman's Column to the Front Page: Ireland's 'Austerity' Is Killing the Recovery

Liz Alderman wonders why Europe won't listen to Obama's wisdom: "The Group of 20 leaders [are] vowing to make deficit reduction the top priority despite warnings from President Obama that too much ...

Kudlow, Forbes Debunk Krugman's 'Third Depression' Call

CNBC host and Forbes editor argue current policies the Times columnist advocated haven't worked; liberal economist Dean Baker maintains policies weren't enough.

Krugman Tries to Scare Up More Government Spending with 'Third Depression' Rhetoric

Liberal NY Times columnist and Nobel Prize winner calls European austerity measures 'victory of an orthodoxy that has little to do with rational analysis.'

Dear NY Times: Is Krugman a Luddite?

If China's monetary policy hurts American employment by lowering cost of goods, wouldn't better U.S. technology also hurt jobs because they lower cost and labor needs?
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