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Krugman: No, America isn’t a hellhole

pressdemocrat.com — Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. OK, he has taken a lot of strange turns - that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But never mind what passes for Trumpian policy ideas.

Paul Krugman: No, Donald Trump, America isn’t a hellhole

postbulletin.com — Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. OK, he has taken a lot of strange turns - that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But never mind what passes for Trumpian policy ideas.

Estados Unidos no es el infierno que usted dice que es, señor Trump

economia.elpais.com — Donald Trump ha dado últimamente un giro extraño. Vale, él da muchos giros extraños, pero eso es lo que pasa cuando uno nombra candidato a alguien que tiene déficit de atención, que no sabe nada de política y que se niega a quedarse sentado más de tres minutos seguidos.

On Fed Complacency

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com — Is the Fed really repeating its big mistake of the pre-crisis era, dismissing concerns about its ability to respond to recession? Jared Bernstein thinks so, and so do I.

Paul Krugman: Delusions of dystopia

post-gazette.com — Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. OK, he has taken a lot of strange turns - that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But never mind what passes for Trumpian policy ideas.

Germany’s Drag - NYTimes.com

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com — I want to follow up a bit on Brad Setser's post about the German fiscal surplus. Here's my point: at the moment, what we're seeing in elite circles is a very belated but still welcome realization that monetary policy badly needs an assist from fiscal expansion.

No, Donald Trump, America isn’t a hellhole | News & Observer

newsobserver.com — About 86 percent of nonelderly black adults have health insurance, up from 73 percent in 2010 thanks to Obamacare. Maybe they do have something to lose? But how was Donald Trump supposed to know? In the mental world he and those he listens to inhabit, blacks and other nonwhites are by definition shiftless burdens on society.

America isn’t a hellhole

seattletimes.com — Share story Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. OK, he has taken a lot of strange turns - that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But never mind what passes for Trumpian policy ideas.

No, Donald Trump, America Isn’t a Hellhole

nytimes.com — Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. O.K., he has taken a lot of strange turns - that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But never mind what passes for Trumpian policy ideas.

No, Donald Trump, America Isn't a Hellhole | RealClearPolitics

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Aug 28, 2016

Hmm. And supply-siders (as opposed to mainstream economists) less so, I think.  https://twitter.com/HeerJeet/status/769892105430835200 

Aug 28, 2016

I read that. The question is why the supply-siders are sticking with Trump despite his heterodoxy and poor odds  https://twitter.com/jonathanchait/status/769893411625242624 

Aug 28, 2016

But have any prominent conservative economists said they'll support HRC? Still a big difference from neocons  https://twitter.com/JustinWolfers/status/769890725735567360 

Aug 28, 2016

Interesting divergence in right-wing intelligentsia: neocons bailing and even endorsing HRC, supply-siders all in for Trump. Not sure why.

Aug 27, 2016

@mattyglesias If I were AP management, I would seriously ask whether a Trump partisan is running social media. Unless it's management itself

Aug 27, 2016

Indeed: Very little room to cut in the next recession. And in Europe the current rate is already *negative*.  https://twitter.com/econjared/status/768500249086144512 

Aug 27, 2016

So, are there really Sanders supporters now backing Gary Johnson? Have they looked at the Libertarian platform? https://t.co/dgrIrj9B9D

Aug 26, 2016

@paulkrugman Just to add, what makes me angry is that it's cowardice pretending to be principle


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