Paul Krugman Beclowns Himself…Again
May 21, 2016
I sometimes feel guilty when commenting on Paul Krugman’s work.
In part, this is because I don’t want to give him any additional attention, but mostly it’s because it’s too easy. Like shooting fish in a barrel.
That being said, I feel obliged to write about Krugman when he attacks me or the Cato Institute.
- He bizarrely claimed that California’s 46th-worst job performance among states somehow was proof that I was wrong to criticize a big tax hike.
- He incorrectly asserted that Cato supported the laws and policies that were in place before the financial crisis, and compounded that mistake by arguing that the financial crisis was proof that free-market policies (which didn’t exist)…
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