WASHINGTON: President Trump has reached the midpoint of his first term in office. Many critics are saying his economic policies are a failure. From Nobel Prize-winning economists like Paul Krugman to noted Wall Street investment firms like Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs, their conclusions say that Trump’s policies are not working. Their conclusions seem to ...
Even Paul Krugman can’t put a positive spin on Pelosi’s terrible record as Speaker. The GOP is very happy to run against Nancy Pelosi’s positions.
The delusional Paul Krugman simply wants more government revenue, regardless of whether or not it is supported by strong growth. He says would raise tax rates instead. The NYT columnist does not understand tax cuts.
Krugman favors the social science approach to economics As such, he emphasizes the problems of income inequality, providing health insurance for all Americans and protecting consumers. Because of that position, he appears to not understand how business actually works.
Trump Derangement Syndrome can make anyone, even Nobel Prize winners, sound stupid. Take Paul Krugman. Really, I mean, take Paul Krugman.
The GOP tax plan cuts taxes on the middle class, is good for business, and is good for capital formation, but it's Republican, and Krugman hates it.
Paul Krugman fails in his arguments. Dreamers are a part of a vicious cycle that drain foreign economies of human resources, increases job competition, and fails to address instability caused by ignoring the rule of law.
Paul Krugman refutes supply-side economics saying that tax cuts do not pay for themselves and do not boost economic growth. Tell that to Ronald Reagan.
Krugman praised the latest economic data released by the Census Bureau concluding that Obama’s trickle-up economics works. His delusional view of economic policy continues.
WASHINGTON, April 3, 2016 — Writing April 1 in the New York Times, economist/columnist Paul Krugman continues to espouse his delusional view of President Obama’s economic performance. Examining Obama’s policies, Krugman said, “the public is also starting to realize just how successful the Obama administration has been.” It is more obvious than ever that Krugman ...
Paul Krugman sees vibrant growth and job creation in an economy that has added only 5 million jobs above the pre-recession level, with GDP up only 2% per year.
Paul Krugman claims that the Republican presidential candidates’ tax cut plans are “voodoo economics” and tries to convince us that tax increases on the wealthy, who are the greatest contributors to the economy, will actually increase economic growth. This is his most glaring delusion yet.
Considering their desire to cure perceived social injustices, the editors of the NYT and columnist Paul Krugman's agenda is to punish the wealthy to benefit the poor
A Republican who's pro-Obamacare, pro-tax-the-richest, and anti-Kim Davis sounds like a Republican Democrats could love; so why don't they love Donald Trump? They have no one else.
In Krugman's view, ACA is great, the economy is great, everything is great. Down here among the regular people, it's not looking so great.
WASHINGTON, July 25, 2015 − In his July 23 New York Times column, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman makes a feeble attempt to justify even greater increases in federal government spending. He says this action is necessary and based on a “resurgence” of economists who follow the Keynesian view on government fiscal policy. This resurgence is led by ...
Drs. Merkel and Krugman disagree on how best to treat their Greek patient. Each makes good points, but one offers rehabilitation, the other, a sugar rush.
WASHINGTON, May 17, 2015 − At any given time, economists often find it difficult to reach a complete consensus on the proper economic policy to implement. Most of this lack of agreement is based on differences about key assumptions, such as what the role of government should be in influencing economic activity. As a general practice, economists usually ...
Slowly but surely, Krugman's astute political observations morphed into uninformed misleading opinions.
Even before Krugman objectively examines the effects of the Dodd-frank bill, he has already concluded it is effective and should be strengthened.