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White conservatives are angry at a racially unjust economic system that has started to treat white people the same it’s always treated black people.
And what does that mean? It means Obama, that terrible, terrible disappointment that supposedly only serves his corporate masters took a large bite out of Reganomics.
The Wall Street Fat Cats threw themselves a little temper tantrum and it’s going to cost them big.
I love Paul Krugman but I don’t think he’s completely right here.
Ouch. Krugman is blunt, but is spot on.
Wall Street greed and foolishness is threatening the U.S. economy (again). If Bernie Sanders harnesses the public’s rage, he’ll be unstoppable.
Paul Krugman gets personal and it’s glorious to behold.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman gave his take on Jeb Bush’s “work longer hours” comment. Suffice it to say, Jeb doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
What do you do when all of your economic predictions turn out to be 100% wrong? You lie. About everything. All the time.
Those who refuse to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.
Paul Krugman takes no prisoners.
“The point is that Congress is now controlled by men who never acknowledge error, let alone learn from their mistakes.”
We heard a lot of predictions of imminent DOOM because of Obama but, somehow, things are better than they’ve been since Republicans wrecked the country. Hmmmmm….
Even while recovering from the world’s worst recession since the Great Depression, the Obama Presidency has staggeringly outperformed the entire Bush Presidency. We already knew this, but it’s still nice to see.
The only number that has gotten worse under President Obama is the national debt, but what does that mean?
At some point we have to stop treating Republican sabotage of the economy as “politics” and call it what it really is: A criminal assault on the people and institutions of this country.
Paul Ryan has been passing himself off as a serious policy wonk for years. He’s not getting any better at role playing.
For the past couple of years, Kansas did a disappearing act on income taxes – the largest percentage in one year of any state. But when the wand moved across the black top hat, there was no bunny, a.k.a. replacement for those taxes.