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The uncivil war in Wall Street: an amusing juxtaposition

For those of you who don’t get the New York Times in hard copy, or who don’t read it because you read another major newspaper… Today’s op-ed pages offer a really kind of funny sort of debate between Paul Krugman, … Continue reading

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Howard Schultz: Avatar of the Dunning-Kruger Effect

Last Sunday I visited my sister and brother-in-law in New Jersey. Rob (my bro-in-law) asked me if I’d been following all things Trump. “It’s just about all I do,” I told him. What else is life right now? Later, while … Continue reading

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Let’s get even deeper into “libertarianism”

I was delighted with Paul Krugman’s column on “libertarianism.” That is, the Koch Bros Final Solution to Democracy. That is, what Nancy MacLean’s terrific historical perspective, “Democracy in Chains,” digs into. The Big Lie. Krugman’s column came just as I … Continue reading

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