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Collins, solomgpaquin

Sat, 01 Oct 2016 11:44:09 +0000

Ms. Collins has a question:  “How Could Anyone Vote For Trump?”  She says it’s time for Republican leaders to exercise a little leadership.  As if…  Here she is: That first debate seems to have helped Hillary Clinton move ahead of Donald Trump in the polls. However, I know that many of you are asking yourselves: Why […](image)


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Brooks and Krugmanmgpaquin

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 15:53:36 +0000

Bobo has decided to whine about “The Death of Idealism” and says it’s sad to see how the promise of the decades when Clinton and Trump established themselves has aged.  “Gemli” from Boston has a few words to say about that.  Prof. Krugman addresses “How the Clinton-Trump Race Got Close” and says Hillary Clinton was hurt by […](image)


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Krugman’s blog, 9/26/16mgpaquin

Thu, 29 Sep 2016 12:21:06 +0000

Prof. Krugman posted “A General Theory of Austerity?” at 3:19 this morning.  Here he is: Simon Wren-Lewis has an excellent new paper trying to explain the widespread resort to austerity in the face of a liquidity trap, which is exactly the moment when such policies do the most harm. His bottom line is that austerity […](image)


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Blow, Kristof, and Collinsmgpaquin

Thu, 29 Sep 2016 12:17:11 +0000

In “Trump’s Debate Flameout” Mr. Blow says Clinton ran rings around him as he didn’t even seem prepared to answer the most obvious questions and attacks.  Mr. Kristof, in “That Seventh Grade Bully Is Running for President,” says if his agenda doesn’t stop Donald Trump, maybe his behavior toward women will.  Ms. Collins has a question:  “Who’s […](image)


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Krugman’s blog, 9/28/16mgpaquin

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 14:25:37 +0000

He posted “VAT of Deplorables” at 3:27 AM: I’ve been writing about Donald Trump’s claim that Mexico’s value-added tax is an unfair trade policy, which is just really bad economics. Here’s Joel Slemrod explaining that a VAT has the same effects as a sales tax. Now, nobody thinks that sales taxes are an unfair trade […](image)


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Friedman, Cohen, and Brunimgpaquin

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 14:22:14 +0000

The Moustache of Wisdom asks “Trump? How Could We?” and says it would be insanity to put him in the White House.  Mr. Cohen. in “Clinton’s Victory Without Breakthrough,” says Trump revealed all of his shortcomings in the debate. But does it matter?  Not to the knuckle-walkers, Roger.  Mr. Bruni has a question in “Sympathy for the […](image)


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Krugman’s blog, 9/27/16mgpaquin

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 12:50:36 +0000

At 4:34 this morning Prof. Krugman posted “Trump On Trade:” For the most part, at least as of now — mid-morning where I am, even if it’s the middle of the night back in America — the media consensus seems to be that Clinton won. This is a big deal: you know, just know, that […](image)


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Bobo, solomgpaquin

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 12:45:18 +0000

Bobo has decided to talk about THOSE people again.  You know, THOSE people who call themselves Republicans in this country.  Not him, by any means.  He’s not like THOSE people…  In “The Age of Reaction” he has decided to tell us all about how reactionaries supplanted conservatives on the right.  Bobo is sure that he and […](image)


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Krugman’s blog, 9/26/16mgpaquin

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 13:18:27 +0000

He must be in Europe…  This was posted at 3:51 AM EST today:  “The Falsity of False Equivalence:” If Donald Trump becomes president, the news media will bear a large share of the blame. I know some (many) journalists are busy denying responsibility, but this is absurd, and I think they know it. As Nick […](image)


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Blow and Krugmanmgpaquin

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 13:15:18 +0000

In “Police Violence: American Epidemic, American Consent” Mr. Blow says that officers merely reflect the attitudes and fears of a racist society.  In “Progressive Family Values” Prof. Krugman outlines policies for the real, real America.  Here’s Mr. Blow: Another set of black men killed by the police — one in Tulsa, Okla., another in Charlotte, […](image)


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