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Paul Krugman

Still amazed that Trump is running on urban dystopia when cities are safer than they have been in *two* generations
A note: until recently the decline in coal jobs was all about rising productivity, not any kind of "war on coal"
I get mail from Team Trump
What do African-Americans have to lose, asks Donald Trump
New job numbers from Kansas. Remember, Jerry Brown and Sam Brownback took office about the same time :
I see there's disinformation being spread by Paul Ryan & co about insurance costs under Obamacare. Reality:
Heather Boushey, chief economist of HRC transition team, in conversation with my colleague Janet Gornick
Trumpist foreign policy. Well, actually attributed to Genghis Khan, but what's the difference?
Susan Collins on why she won't back HRC. Amazing how the myth of fiscally irresponsible Dems refuses to die
When people say focus on the biggest issues, I think of Raymond Chandler. Do we have something interesting to say?
Note: when you talk US performance, don't forget demography as baby boomers retire. Working-age population growth:
Remember, the supremely incompetent Steve Moore was hired by the WSJ and Heritage (as chief economist). As I wrote:
"But he's not a true conservative!" cried Trump's GOP rivals -- and that was all they had
Economic policy and outcomes over the past quarter century. Do you see evidence center-left policies bad for growth?
Truly amazing to keep reading about the dilemma facing the noble Paul Ryan A reminder:…
The 538 nowcast. Again, matters more than usual because complete DT meltdown grows increasingly likely
<100 days until we can stop talking about which heroes to smear and talk about public investment instead
Max Boot laments R transformation into stupid party But along the way praises a con man:
This is what's happening in the news right now -- so many incredible outrages they get in each others' way
And 90 percent of Republicans will still support him
Paul Waldman says this better than I was going to:
Still boggled at the notion of crime as an electoral issue (chart ends at 2013, but no significant change since)
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