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  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    The long-run cop-out

    It’s it’s refreshing to see signs that Obama is willing to break with the long-termers and focus on the here and now.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Hating good government

    It’s hard to think of a major policy dispute where facts actually matter; it’s unshakable dogma, across the board. And the real question is why.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    For the love of carbon

    Debts must be paid, and the oil and gas industry - which gave 87 percent of its 2014 campaign contributions to the GOP - expects to be rewarded for its support.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Voodoo time machine

    Congress is now controlled by men who never acknowledge error, let alone learn from their mistakes.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Presidents and the economy

    Now that Obama is presiding over unexpected economic strength, his critics can't just turn around and assert his irrelevance.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    The Obama recovery

    The private sector has done surprisingly well under Obama, adding 6.7 million jobs since he took office. Corporate profits have soared, as have stock prices. What held us back was unprecedented public-sector austerity.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Tidings of comfort this holiday season

    You'll never hear this on Fox News, but 2014 was a year in which the federal government, in particular, showed that it can do some important things very well if it wants to.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Putin's bubble bursts

    Putin's Russia is an extreme version of crony capitalism. It all looked sustainable as long as oil prices stayed high.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Wall Street’s revenge

    The Masters of the Universe, it turns out, are a bunch of whiners. But they’re whiners with war chests, and now they’ve bought themselves a Congress.

  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Recovery at last?

    The long slump hasn't just scarred families; it has done immense damage to our long-run prospects.

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