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Paul Krugman: Finally Wrong About Something?

In June of 2012, left-wing economist and former Enron advisor Paul Krugman — who calls himself (and I quote) “Krugtron the Invincible” — wrote the following in his New York Times blog: “I (and those of like mind) have been right about everything.” Well, unfortunately, his streak of infallibility has just come to an end.…

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Wall Street Protests And Their Misbegotten War On Capitalism

Regarding the Wall Street protests, Robert Robb, a columnist for the Arizona Republic, has a recent and fairly interesting article. Here’s an excerpt: The protesters are massively wrong about the incompatibility of capitalism and social justice. Social justice shouldn’t be measured on what the rich have, which is the fixation of the protesters. Instead, the…

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