People like Krugman care about legitimacy only when it’s their own party in power. And they bank on you not remembering what they said then.
Economists may be able to devise studies that disaggregate the effects of each policy, but a misleading general impression about them will linger.
Assessing Mr. Krugman’s record on schooling, the economic recovery, and taxation.
He is still a stopped clock, denying in advance that he will accept any Trump victory as legitimate.
It has been many years since Krugman was a man of nuance, but many of his recent takes have been especially simplistic.
Paul Krugman writes that he has not “heard any Republican complaints about Trump’s huge bailouts for farmers, whose distress is largely the result of his own policies.”
Paul Krugman answers his own question.
Paul Krugman writes about Bernie Sanders and socialism.
Krugman both went to Yale and taught there, and has a Nobel Prize. Doubtless that explains why he’s so well-adjusted and has such a charming look about him.