Monday, November 18, 2013

A permanent slump?

A permanent slump?  So speculates Paul Krugman, the barking mad Nobel Prize-winning former economist who now shills writes for the New York Times. But upon reading his piece, I'm struck by the fact that what he's actually doing is blaming the non-recovery on anything and everything except the obvious things to point at: socialism, over-taxation, over-regulation, and deficit spending.

Mr. Krugman would find it educational to pay a visit to North Dakota, where they seem to have successfully recovered.  He might want to think about why...

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