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Last month, it was Paul Krugman playing fast and loose with facts on the New York Times op-ed page. This month it is Barbara Ehrenreich, the far-left author who is subbing for Thomas Freidman while he writes his next book. Ehrenreich’s thesis in today’s column is that George W. Bush is similar to King George […]
On April 27, 2004, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman asserted that Dick Cheney’s desire to deny access to details about his energy task force meetings was tantamount to a defense of “elected dictatorship.” In light of yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling supporting Cheney’s position by a 7-2 margin, it is worth recalling Krugman’s extraordinary words: […]
Hey, Paul Krugman, make up your own damned Ashcroft attacks! Turns out that his latest screed looks an awful lot like this online post from April 8 and this UPI commentary from March 14. Via economicbriefing.com More from Donald Luskin and friends.
…and the day has just begun! From a reader who contacted the New York Times ombudsman regarding Paul Krugman’s whoppers about the Justice Department’s prosecution of terrorists: They blew me off. Said that was just his opinion, I need to show facts that prove him wrong, bunch of BS like that. Told me the old […]
In today’s column, Paul Krugman of the New York Times argues that John Ashcroft is the worst attorney general in U.S. history. He states: First, there’s the absence of any major successful prosecutions. The one set of convictions that seemed fairly significant � that of the “Detroit 3″ � appears to be collapsing over accusations […]