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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.
One of America's most popular economists is defending himself after a professor accused him of stealing his ideas. Farmer
Earlier this month, Mankiw wrote that the top 1 percent of society is richer because they contribute more to society and
Krugman criticized the op-ed, calling Stockman a “cranky old man,” and referring to the piece as “just a series of gee-whiz
In a 2012 survey, 80 percent of economists on the IGM Economic Experts Panel said that the stimulus lowered the unemployment
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 wrote that government spending has looked high over the past few years because the recession shrank the economy and
Friedman wrote in a column last week that by failing to deal with the long-term problems of government debt and climate change
Though Krugman criticized Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R), she broke from the ranks of many of her Republican colleagues Monday
The New York Times columnist returned to the subject on Friday in a blog post on California's disappearing budget deficit
Although it would be a stretch to call Krugman anti-Obama, he has been critical of the President. Most recently, he wrote
Paul Krugman has a personal dilemma. Many economists have warned of the negative economic impact of going over the fiscal
This is not the first time Krugman has bashed Politico. Last year, he took issue with the news outlet after it labeled Elizabeth
In his Politico op-ed, Jindal recommends implementing a federal balanced budget amendment and a cap on government spending
The Nobel Prize-winning economist expressed his frustration with the government's endless budget wrangling, especially over