Krugman still doesn’t get it: the ‘extremists’ were in the covert sector of CIA/deep state (whatever that is)/etc…+ Mossad’s zionist crime manias

And Krugman stresses that when it comes to terrorism in the U.S., most of the violence has come from domestic extremists — not foreign terrorists and radical Islamists.

Source: ‘Democracy hanging by a thread’: Paul Krugman explains how the US long misunderstood its greatest threat – Alternet.org

The Gatekeeper: Charting Paul Krugman’s Economics Turn for the Better 

Paul​ Krugman’s latest collection of essays, Arguing with Zombies, first appeared in January 2020. Not only was it quickly buried by Covid, but he missed out on a thing all too rare for a pundit: the opportunity to declare victory. A year later, in Joe Biden’s Washington, Krugmanism rules.

Source: The Gatekeeper: Charting Paul Krugman’s Economics Turn for the Better | Portside

Paul Krugman says he’s done the math — and the risk Trump and McConnell pose to the economy is ‘terrifying’ 

Very much a student of New Deal economics, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has often stressed that helping the unemployed during an economic downturn not only helps those who are out of work — it also benefits the economy on the whole. Krugman made that point many times during the Great Recess

Source: Paul Krugman says he’s done the math — and the risk Trump and McConnell pose to the economy is ‘terrifying’ – Alternet.org

Paul Krugman issues dire warning about next four months

In his column for the New York Times, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman expressed dismay that — even with coronavirus infection rates going through the roof across the country —Donald Trump is still acting like the health crisis is over and Americans should return to their normal lives.

Source: Paul Krugman issues dire warning about next four months – Alternet.org

Paul Krugman reveals why the far right is living out its ‘nightmare’ — and could become more dangerous 

The “Justice for George Floyd” protests have been having a major impact all around the United States — even in the Deep South, where symbols of the Confederacy are being removed from public property. Discussing the impact of the protests in his New York Times column, liberal economist Paul Krugman a

Source: Paul Krugman reveals why the far right is living out its ‘nightmare’ — and could become more dangerous – Alternet.org