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Paul Krugman

I said it in March; now it's out in the open:…
It's a tough life. Tweeting and blogging to resume shortly.
A new poll was good news for Remain in UK; the pound jumped -- and so did the 10-year interest rate. Interesting.
Brad DeLong is annoyed with Michael Boskin… but fails to bring up the obvious:
The lesson of 2016: the GOP establishment so decadent it couldn't stop Trump. The Dem establishment, not so much:
A trip down memory lane (September 2015, January 2016, April 2016):
Will Brexit cause financial crisis? Bond markets don't think so. UK 10-year yield:
Short version of the presumptive nominee's speech (yes, it's scary too, but still):
I've written before about higher top-end taxes under Obama but now it's official
State of the race *before* Dem consolidation and Trump tantrum:
Today is the longest day
Virgin Islands memories: I watched Obama's 2009 inauguration on the TV over the bar here (on St Croix)
Again, on Stephanopoulos this morning. If jobs come up, a reminder about the record:
What? I was looking at the YouGov website, and found this. Have no idea why
Friday Night Music: Tech probs with blog, so here's link to vid I shot -- small private performance by Sarah Jarosz
Weak job report; wage growth well below pre-crisis levels. But the Fed eager to raise rates. Sad!
What I wrote a couple of weeks ago seems relevant
Good discussion by Fred Kaplan, but if you ask me the kick was aimed a bit higher than that
But, but, it's a dead heat says the narrative.
NBC estimates 8-point Clinton lead w Sanders out. Obama won by 7 in 2008
Fox and maps: Not a happy marriage. Also math.
Today in punditry. Averages show Clinton well ahead in CA, leading in GE even before Dem consolidation; so ...
Rules for interpreting polling: 1. Always average 2. Never extrapolate "trend" from 2 polls taken by different orgs
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