Paul Krugman

“Don’t pretend to be shocked," the Nobel Prize-winning economist wrote in a column for The New York Times.
“All that talk about liberal ‘snowflakes’ is projection,” explained the Nobel Prize-winning economist.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist also said Trump surrounds himself with people of "extraordinarily low quality."
Congresswoman calls Ed Rollins a "walking argument" for a 100 percent tax on misogyny.
The president's complaints about "voter fraud" could be used to deny legitimacy of Democratic victory in the midterm election.
Once an outsider, her radical economic thinking won over Wall Street. Now she's changing the Democratic Party.
Here of course we are into psychology rather than "psychohistory." Like Asimov's fake predictive science, the statistical
"Trump kept saying, 'We're in a room of liars, the deceitful, dishonest media who got it all wrong.' He addressed everyone
Ten years ago, I predicted the rise of a new form fascism in the United States and Europe, suggesting that the injustices and contradictions of the capitalist system were growing too large to be contained any longer by the existing liberal political order.
"Expect to see lots of privatization and a general shift from transparent to murky ..."
Climate change could become an even greater catastrophe if Donald Trump wins.
"There is, quite simply, no other issue this important, and letting it slide would be almost criminally irresponsible."
"Since the global turn to austerity in 2010, said Krugman in the Guardian, "every country that introduced significant austerity
Instead, the correct solution is to add a VAT, but reduce existing taxes by the amount of money the VAT raises. But (here's
Here's a question: guess which public figure wrote the following passages? The language in the second one is a bit technical
Trying for a "perfect" candidate can be a disaster; we may end up with someone diametrically opposed to our values.