Category Archives: krugman

QE2: Disaster in the Making

This article in the Asia Times does a good job of explaining why QE2 won’t work and the great damage that the Bernanke led Fed is doing to savers, while rewarding speculators, who got us into this mess in the … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman (Even More) Unhinged

The beauty of being a Keynesian is that one can never be proven wrong. Paul Krugman explains why the real problem with the economy is that the government is not spending enough and should spend, spend, spend because only the … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman: We Have China Over a Barrel

It never ceases to amaze me that some economists advocate actions that appear to be insanity in action. Paul Krugman says that we—biggest debtor nation in the world—have China—biggest creditor nation in the world—over a barrel and that we can … Continue reading

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Print or Tax

For winning the Nobel Prize in economist, we find Paul Krugman, um, not very smart when it comes to economics. His answer to the disaster that Bush’s economic and regulatory policies have put us in is for the government to … Continue reading

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