WSJ Editorial Board Undercuts Liberal Narrative, Demolishes Bidenomics
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board just ripped apart the absurdity of “Bidenomics.” Hint: it most definitely is not “well-grounded in mainstream economics” as New York Times economist Paul Krugman would have people believe.
Leftist Paul Krugman Tried to Make ‘Very Strong’ Case for ‘Bidenomics’
New York Times blowhard economist Paul Krugman actually wasted column space to try to make a “very strong” case for “Bidenomics” following the brawl of a presidential debate September 29.
CATO Economist SLAMS WSJ for Pushing More Federal State Bailouts
One top CATO economist is letting The Wall Street Journal have it for pushing more federal bailouts for states and using liberal spin to justify it. CATO Director of Tax Policy Studies Chris Edwards slammed The Journal for pushing “a biased news story regarding state budgets” in a piece headlined “Error and Spin in Wall Street Journal Budget Article.”
MSNBC’s Velshi Uses Edited Video to BASH Conservative ‘Fetish’ on Debt
MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi tried to twist Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks to NBC’s Today in March to claim that conservatives have a “fetish” about debt. Huh? Filling in for the insufferable Chris Hayes on the Monday edition of MSNBC’s All In, Velshi inundated viewers with propaganda. He spewed that GOP leaders were “pretending that there’s just…
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.”
Top 10 WORST Paul Krugman Tweets of 2020 … So Far
If you think New York Times economist Paul Krugman’s op-eds are bad, his Twitter account is even worse. It’s a collection of babble, not the commentary of a Nobel Laureate.
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…