Dr. Krugman And The Economics of Hauling Coals To Newcastle
It seems that Keynesian Economists are similar to Bill Murray’s failed character in the movie Groundhog Day. They simply relive their errors until they work off their bad karma and correct their errant assumptions. Yet Dr. Paul Krugman, dominus et deus of the American Neo-Keynesians, seems stuck in an infinite karmic loop. He’s waking up on Groundhog Day forever, and sees the shadow of smaller | Read More »
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
I don’t care how many letters they sent Morning came and morning went. Pick up your money, and pack up your tent You ain’t goin’ nowhere – Bob Dylan It was bad. It was so bad that the Obama campaign staffers over at Business Insider.com had no choice but to report it in and honest and forthright manner. The it in question involved the ADP | Read More »
The Top 10 Things Not To Say on 9-11: Paul Krugabe in Perspective
I sometimes get the impression that Paul Krugman expresses a partisan preference for the Democratic Party. The subtly and nuance flies right over my head some days; but I could just swear he’s not a fan of the whole Tea Party Movement or The GOP. Other days, I read Paul Krugabe and could just swear. His venomous, hatred-filled screed in honor of 9-11 was one | Read More »
Asimov Wrote Fiction. Paul Krugman Does Also.
Given my opinion of Paul Krugman’s more recent thoughts regarding economics, I was not shocked to learn his role model and hero was not an economist. According to Dr. Krugman, himself, he became an economist because he admired Isaac Asimov’s fictional protagonist; Hari Seldon. He explains the connection further below. Krugman explained that he’d become an economist because of science fiction. When he was a | Read More »