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The very ferocity and coordinated nature of the attacks on Sanders makes clear that the Democratic establishment views Sanders not merely as an annoyance, but as an existential threat. And he may be, at that.
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is an effective polemicist with a wide readership. So when he makes arguments that are at best factually wrong and at worst disingenuous, one cannot simply ignore them.
Listen to any conservative talk show host and they'll regularly remind their audience that the Republicans are the party of ideas and that their books consistently top the best-seller charts. But for some undiagnosed reason they've managed to win only two of the past six presidential elections.
Writing about economics is very difficult, Krugman continued, and most people don't have time to slog through a theory unless
"It was a different country, one in which ordinary public high schools were often pretty good, in which good higher education
Though there was plenty for the two to spar over, one particularly heated exchange came during a discussion of the Federal
Paul Krugman says that Republican ideology is holding the economy back. "People of conservative politics hate hate hate the
A number of economists back Krugman's claims. Eighty percent of economists in the IGM Economic Experts Panel agreed last
The Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist wrote in a blog post Wednesday that Ryan's latest budget proposal would hurt the economy by slashing government spending, including repealing Obamacare's health insurance expansion.
Krugman, who called Ryan's plan cruel yesterday, has been criticizing Ryan for years. But Ryan is fighting back. He called