COPE: Paul Krugman Whines GOP Senate Majority Will Be Bad for Business
New York Times blowhard economist Paul Krugman is trying to cope with not getting the “blue wave” referendum on Trumpism he wanted out of the 2020 election. Now, Krugman has said that a potential GOP senate majority will be — wait for it — “bad for business.”
John Stossel: Big Spending Biden
Which presidential candidate will bankrupt America first, Donald Trump or Joe Biden? Last year, we compared the costs of the leading Democratic candidates' promises. At that time, Biden, to his credit, proposed the least new spending. Kamala Harris promised the most. She wanted to add $4.2 trillion to America's debt. Her lavish promises didn't win her supporters; she dropped out soon after.…
MSNBC's Joy Reid Organizes Smear Segment: Reaganism Equals Racism
On Tuesday's The ReidOut, MSNBC host Joy Reid was joined by contributors Anand Giridharadas and Kurt Bardella as the three trashed Republicans for trying to restrain government spending as the three all went along with the premise that Republicans do so in part out of a lack of concern for minorities.
Spending as If There Is No Tomorrow
I am not in the habit of quoting leftist Noam Chomsky, but this line seems relevant when one considers our growing national debt: "When you trap people in a system of debt, they can't afford the time to think." Perhaps now is not the time in the middle of a pandemic, job losses and threats of even higher unemployment, to mention the national debt. Or, perhaps it is.
Quartz Editor-In-Chief Bashes Business Journalism As Too ‘White’
Conservatism should no longer be the standard for business journalism. At least that’s what a loopy op-ed by Quartz Editor-In-Chief Katherine Bell suggested. Bell’s op-ed was headlined, “It’s time for business journalism to break with its conservative past.”
FREDO FAIL: Chris Cuomo Criticizes Trump Econ Using Pre-Trump Era Data
CNN’s Chris Cuomo doesn’t appear to have done his due diligence. He committed a very bad gaffe last night by using pre-Trump era economic data to bash President Donald Trump’s economy.
First Female Financial Times Editor Says ‘Capitalism Needs a Reset’
The editor of the socialist policy-loving Financial Times Roula Khalaf thinks that capitalism needs to change. British Vogue did a puffy interview headlined “‘Capitalism Needs A Reset’: The First Female Editor Of The Financial Times Is A Level-Headed Radical.” Author Zoe Williams fawned over how Khalaf was now “at the helm of capitalism’s biggest cheerleader. Though that isn’t…