Nobel laureate. Op-Ed columnist, @nytopinion. Author, “The Return of Depression Economics,” “The Great Unraveling,” “The Age of Diminished Expectations” + more.

Trump On Trade - NYTimes.com

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com — 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 they were primed to declare Trump the winner based on Clinton's snooty insistence on facts, or maybe her "body language".

One candidate would make a big, positive difference to millions of American families

seattletimes.com — Child care economics is in some ways like health economics: for a variety of reasons, mostly coming down to the fact that we're dealing with people, not things, we can't trust unregulated markets to deliver a decent outcome. Share story Here's what happens every election cycle: pundits demand that politicians offer the country new ideas.

Paul Krugman: Progressive family values

business-standard.com — Here's what happens every US election cycle: Pundits demand that politicians offer the country new ideas. Then, if and when a candidate actually does propose innovative policies, the news media pays little attention, chasing scandals or, all too often, fake scandals instead. Remember the extensive coverage last month, when Hillary Clinton laid out an ambitious mental health agenda?

Progressive Family Values | RealClearPolitics

The Falsity of False Equivalence

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com — 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.

Progressive Family Values

nytimes.com — Here's what happens every election cycle: pundits demand that politicians offer the country new ideas. Then, if and when a candidate actually does propose innovative policies, the news media pays little attention, chasing scandals or, all too often, fake scandals instead. Remember the extensive coverage last month, when Hillary Clinton laid out an ambitious mental health agenda?

Krugman: The lying game

pressdemocrat.com — Here's what we can be fairly sure will happen in Monday's presidential debate: Donald Trump will lie repeatedly and grotesquely, on a variety of subjects. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton might say a couple of untrue things. Or she might not. Here's what we don't know: Will the moderators step in when Trump delivers one of his well-known, often reiterated falsehoods?

El juego de las mentiras

economia.elpais.com — Esto es algo que casi con toda seguridad ocurrirá en el debate presidencial del lunes: Donald Trump mentirá grotesca y repetidamente sobre diversos asuntos. Mientras tanto, puede que Hillary Clinton diga un par de cosas falsas. O puede que no.

Columnists: The lying game

arkansasonline.com — Here's what we can be fairly sure will happen in Monday's presidential debate: Donald Trump will lie repeatedly and grotesquely on a variety of subjects. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton might say a couple of untrue things. Or she might not. Here's what we don't know: Will the moderators step in when Trump delivers one of his well-known, often reiterated falsehoods?

Paul Krugman: The lying game

post-gazette.com — We can be fairly sure that in Monday's presidential debate Donald Trump will lie repeatedly and grotesquely, and Hillary Clinton might say a couple of untrue things. Or not. What we don't know is whether the moderator will step in when Mr. Trump delivers one of his often reiterated falsehoods.
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Sep 27, 2016

On Trump's Mexico VAT thing: New York has high sales taxes; Delaware no sales tax. Does this give NY an unfair insterstate trade advantage?

Sep 27, 2016

When I debated Gingrich/Laffer a few years ago, I prepared hard; they didn't do any homework. Somehow seems relevant  https://www.munkdebates.com/debates/taxing-the-rich 

Sep 27, 2016

Important to get this out to deter spinners -- not just Trumpkins, but in media -- who will try to revise history  http://nyti.ms/2cRv1l5 

Sep 27, 2016

I haven't seen anyone catch this bit of ignorance from DJT. But a VAT is not a tariff -- domestic goods also pay it, doesn't distort trade https://t.co/v8hlI2n0v2

Sep 27, 2016

Some people saying DJT avoided a meltdown. Unless you expected him to start sobbing and admit that he's unqualified, that *was* a meltdown


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