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‘Laugher’ curve: Paul Krugman advises US how to avoid Greece-style demise (conservative economics = bad)

By Doug Powers  •  July 9, 2015 09:41 PM

Also: Why hasn’t Greece tried an “alien invasion” stimulus?

Another Nobel Prize on the way? Paul Krugman to study income inequality from perspective of 1 percent

By Doug Powers  •  April 17, 2014 08:50 AM


Obama quotes ‘New York Times economist’ as evidence Romney economic plan is a ‘snow job’

By Doug Powers  •  October 20, 2012 11:52 AM

Who could it be?

Nobel Prize-winning economist still pushing idea for ‘fake space alien attack’ stimulus

By Doug Powers  •  May 27, 2012 08:19 PM

We can’t wait

Paul Krugman: Now is the time for government to increase spending!

By Doug Powers  •  May 5, 2012 02:15 PM


Left Kind of Upset With Politifact’s ‘Lie of the Year’ Choice

By Doug Powers  •  December 20, 2011 01:41 PM

“Throw grandma from the cliff” blowback

Former Enron adviser Paul Krugman explains why he’s not among his anti-plutocrat brothers and sisters

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 11, 2011 12:28 PM

Because, see, taking $55,000 from Enron to sit on a do-nothing board while penning paeans to those corporate fraudsters in nooooooo way compromised his journalistic ethics. But leaving the hallowed confines of his NYTimes office to commune in person with his fellow anti-plutocrats at Kamp Alinsky would just…cross the line. LOLOLOLOLOLOL: Some readers have been […]

An illustrated guide: The homes Kamp Alinsky Kids won’t protest

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 11, 2011 10:39 AM

You knew it was coming. The Kamp Alinsky Kids are taking a sight-seeing tour today. After a month of trashing Zuccotti Park at a public cost of $2 million per day, the riff-raff is marching uptown to occupy…wealthy people’s private homes. According to the NY Daily News: “A ‘Millionaires March’ will visit the homes – […]

Snortalicious: Former Enron adviser Paul Krugman joins progs’ war on “plutocrats”

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 10, 2011 10:58 AM

Former Enron adviser Paul Krugman is the perfect cheerleader for the high-tech-toting Kamp Alinsky crusaders against capitalism. Just perfect. The lead paragraph of his glowing Occupy Wall Street paean today: Panic of the Plutocrats By PAUL KRUGMAN It remains to be seen whether the Occupy Wall Street protests will change America’s direction. Yet the protests […]

A few more words about Koward Krugman Update: Take two!

By Michelle Malkin  •  September 12, 2011 12:53 AM

I didn’t want to waste any more energy and space than I needed to yesterday on NYT wackadoodle Paul Krugman’s two-minutes-hate blog post about post-9/11 America. But on the morning after, it is worth calling out the smug coward who flung his op-ed crap against the wall and then deliberately turned off his comments section […]

Paul Krugman on How to Spot Fake Paul Krugman Quotes

By Doug Powers  •  August 24, 2011 02:02 PM

**Written by Doug Powers Yesterday, after the earthquake in the east, a quote attributed to New York Times columnist and Nobel Laureate economist Paul Krugman making the rounds stated that we’d see a bigger increase in government spending and hence economic growth if only the earthquake had done more damage. The quote didn’t seem incredibly […]

Paul Krugman’s Suggestion to End the Economic Slump: Mobilize for a Space Alien Attack

By Doug Powers  •  August 15, 2011 11:25 AM

It’s a Keynesian cookbook!

Paul Krugman: For entitlement reform before he was against it

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 26, 2011 10:21 AM

Krugman vs. Krugman Not that you needed any more evidence that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is a flip-flopping charlatan, but here’s the latest. Today, he assails GOP proposals to raise the Medicare age and, by extension, the Social Security retirement age. (My column on the subject from earlier this month is here.) Krugman […]

Paul Krugman, Cynthia Tucker, and the unemployment benefits debate, Pt. III

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 9, 2010 10:27 PM

The AJC’s Cynthia Tucker blogged today about a testy exchange we had last summer on ABC’s “This Week” regarding government unemployment benefits and the effect that endless extensions have on reducing the incentive to seek a job. Once again, she mistakes standard economic arguments for moral judgments: “Does the right really believe the unemployed are […]

Paul Krugman: Contrary indicator

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 25, 2006 09:24 AM

Paul Greenberg has a hilarious syndicated column out today about Paul Krugman’s ridiculous record of prognostication: It started out as a gag here on the editorial page of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and soon became a superstition: Every time the stock market took a little dip, we’d reprint one of Paul Krugman’s dour columns from the […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  December 11, 2005 11:10 AM

On Friday, Editor and Publisher hyped this Sunday NYTimes magazine piece by Michael Crowley about the influence of conservative vs. liberal blogs. Maureen Dowd and Paul Krugman offer stiff competition on a weekly basis, but Crowley’s embarrassing little squib (283 words) has to be one of most insipid, shallow, and uninformed wastes of space to […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  October 2, 2005 06:53 AM

The New York Times has run yet another correction to columnist Paul Krugman’s numerous errors regarding the recounts in Florida after the 2000 presidential election. These errors were noted by bloggers more than a month ago. The correction comes in the form of a “Letter From the Editor” by editorial page editor Gail Collins, who […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  September 15, 2005 01:34 PM

New York Times columinst Paul Krugman corrected the strange correction to his August 22 column. NRO’s Donald Luskin notes that the latest correction “was never published in the print edition of the Times.” He also points out that “archival versions of the three prior Krugman columns bearing his falsehoods about the consortium’s results remain uncorrected […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  August 26, 2005 06:49 AM

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has issued two corrections to his August 19 and August 22 columns. The first correction concerns his false claim that turnout in Ohio’s Miami County last fall was an unbelievable 98.5 percent. Krugman admits he relied on figures from tinfoil hat-wearer Rep. John Conyers rather than Ohio’s Secretary of […]


By mmguestblogger  •  August 22, 2005 07:27 PM

Richard Baehr just tears Paul Krugman apart. This is a followup to his first ripping of Krugman. Krugman doesn’t know enough to know when he’s should just surrender and issue an apology and tried to correct his mistakes from his previous column. Unfortunately, he put yet more errors into his correction. Politicalities fisks Frank Rich. […]


By mmguestblogger  •  August 20, 2005 03:24 PM

Here are some blog entries that are worth checking out. Gateway Pundit on Hunter Thompson’s remains achieving liftoff. Richard Baehr has a good, long look at Paul Krugman’s claim that two media consortiums found that Gore should have won the 2000 election. As most of you remember, those media recounts (which took about six months […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  June 12, 2005 09:16 AM

I’m sure liberals will be buzzing about this Washington Post story, which purports to show the Bush administration has overstated the number of successful terrorism prosecutions. Two leading Bush critics who might feel sorely tempted to gloat are war-on-terror opponents New York Times columnist Paul Krugman and Georgetown law professor David Cole. Just one teeny, […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  May 16, 2005 02:10 PM

MarketWatch reports: The New York Times Co. on Monday said that, starting in September, access to Op-Ed and certain of its top news columnists on the paper’s NYTimes.com Web site will only be available through a fee of $49.95 a year. The service, known as TimesSelect, will also allow access to The Times’s online archives, […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  November 24, 2004 11:55 AM

Lots of readers are asking me to comment on the Virginian-Pilot’s decision to drop my syndicated column. The most amusing thing is that the paper’s decision was news at all. I’ve been nationally syndicated for five years now, and papers come and go routinely. I’ve been fortunate over the years to have gained far more […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  October 28, 2004 05:16 AM

Robert Weisberg, a professor at Stanford Law School, and his colleague David Mills, a lecturer at Stanford Law School, write in a Slate op-ed (“The Case Against John Ashcroft: Why don’t Democrats condemn the disastrous attorney general?“): We have seen major terrorist prosecutions brought with much political publicity fail with hardly a whimper. The major […]

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