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Paul Krugman: Living in the Trump Zone

"Don’t pretend that this is normal": Living in the Trump Zone, by Paul Krugman, NY Times: Fans of old TV series may remember a classic “Twilight Zone” episode titled “It’s a Good Life.” It featured a small town terrorized by...

Krugman: Trump is like the monster child who terrorizes a town in an episode of ‘The Twilight Zone’

5 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman compared President Donald Trump on Friday to an evil child with supernatural powers as portrayed in an episode of the late 1950s and early 60s TV show, “The Twilight Zone.” “Fans of old TV series may remember a classic...

Paul Krugman: Trump Is a Monster Straight Out of 'The Twilight Zone'

The New York Times columnist compares the president to one of Rod Serling's most memorable inventions. You've entered another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind (or the total absence thereof). A journey into a wondrous land of incoherent Twitter screeds, voodoo economics and fever-swamp hysteria. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman, Living in the Trump Zone

Paul Krugman, Living in the Trump Zone: Paul Krugman zeroes in on the hollowness at the center of Trump policy: Trump’s immaturity. Every report from inside the White House conveys the impression that Trump is like a temperamental child,...Show More Summary

Trade, Jobs, and Inequality Video

Courtesy of Mark Thoma: Trade, Jobs, and Inequality Video People: Eduardo Porter, David Autor, Brad DeLong, Ann Harrison, Paul Krugman

Trade, Jobs, and Inequality (Video)

Participants: Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, New York Times columnist, and distinguished professor at the Graduate Center. David Autor, leading labor economist; professor at MIT, where he directs the School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative; and editor in chief of the...

Notes for Trade, Jobs, and Inequality: CUNY Event

## 2017-04-26 C/UNY Event: Trade, Jobs, and Inequality: Notes People: Eduardo Porter, David Autor, Brad DeLong, Ann Harrison, Paul Krugman <> Things we could have talked about: Decline in the manufacturing share of employment, driven...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Zombies of Voodoo Economics

"Because it offers a rationale for lower taxes on the wealthy": Zombies of Voodoo Economics, by Paul Krugman, NY Times: According to many reports, Donald Trump is getting frantic as his administration nears the 100-day mark. It’s an arbitrary line...

Paul Krugman: Trump Is Quite Willing to Pretend That Tax Cuts for the Rich Will Help Everyone

It's the 1980s all over again. Donald Trump loves the 1980s. After all, it was when his celebrity rose in New York, when Trump Tower was built, The Art of the Deal was published, and when he first learned he could get away with the flagrant racism that put five innocent men in jail (Central Park Five anyone?). Show More Summary

"History offers not a shred of support for faith in the pro-growth effects of tax cuts."

“History offers not a shred of support for faith in the pro-growth effects of tax cuts.” - Paul Krugman, Zombies of Voodoo Economics

When saving the city's jobs also kills them

Do all jobs matter? Economist Paul Krugman thinks so. I'm not so sure. The issue is in the spotlight because retail, a fast-growing sector here and across the country in recent years, has suddenly... To view the full story, click the title link.

Paul Krugman: The Balloon, the Box and Health Care

If they persist in trying to fit the balloon in the box, eventually it will pop: The Balloon, the Box and Health Care, by Paul Krugman, NY Times: Imagine a man who for some reason is determined to stuff a...

Abbreviated pundit roundup: Trumpcare 2.0 is a disaster

We begin today’s roundup with Paul Krugman’s analysis of the latest attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act: Again and again, we read news reports to the effect that Republicans are closing in on a plan that will break the political deadlock. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman, Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?

Paul Krugman, Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?: underpaidgenius: Closing a factory is just one way to undermine a local community. Competition from superstores and shopping malls also devastated many small-city downtowns; now many small-town malls are failing too. Show More Summary

Krugman: Elizabeth Warren Lays Out the Reasons Democrats Should Keep Fighting

Paul Krugman reviews This is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class, By Elizabeth Warren, Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt & Company: Elizabeth Warren Lays Out the Reasons Democrats Should Keep Fighting:...Elizabeth Warren... brings an edge to her...

"Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?"

Paul Krugman asks, musing on Trump's stress on bringing back coal mining and manufacturing jobs.In an ever-changing economy, jobs are always being lost: 75,000 Americans are fired or laid off every working day. And sometimes whole sectors...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: The American Jobs Crisis Is Way Bigger Than Trump Can Comprehend

Miners and factory workers aren't the only ones losing their jobs. The decline of coal and manufacturing has obssessed American politicians since long before the Make America Great Again hat was a gleam in Trump's corrupt eye. They weren't...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?

"Why aren’t promises to save service jobs as much a staple of political posturing as promises to save mining and manufacturing jobs?": Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?, by Paul Krugman, NY Times: President Trump is still promising to bring back...

Paul Krugman Gets Retail Wrong: They are Not Very Good Jobs

Paul Krugman used his column this morning to ask why we don't pay as much attention to the loss of jobs in retail as we do to jobs lost in mining and manufacturing. His answer is that in large part the former jobs tend to be more white and male than the latter. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman explains how Trump operates like a glorified mobster

last weekNews : The Raw Story

During his previous life as a real estate developer and casino magnate, Donald Trump reportedly had ties to prominent members of the mafia, including Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno and Paul Castellano. Judging from Trump’s first few months in office, their negotiating tactics appear...

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