Paul Krugman

05/02/2016 - 7:00pm

    Maybe we need a new cliche: It ain’t over until Carly Fiorina sings. Anyway, it really is over — definitively on the Democratic side, with high probability on the Republican side. And the results couldn’t be more different.

    Think about...

03/09/2016 - 7:00am

    So Republicans are going to nominate a candidate who talks complete nonsense on domestic policy; who believes that foreign policy can be conducted via bullying and belligerence; who cynically exploits racial and ethnic hatred for political gain.

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03/03/2016 - 11:00am

    We now have a pretty good idea who will be on the ballot in November: Hillary Clinton, almost surely (after the South Carolina blowout, prediction markets give her a 96 percent probability of securing her party’s nomination), and Donald Trump, with high...

03/01/2016 - 9:00am

    Lack of self-awareness can be fatal. The haplessness of the Republican establishment in the face of Trumpism is a case in point.

    As many have noted, it’s remarkable how shocked — shocked!...

02/26/2016 - 8:00am

    If prediction markets (and most hardheaded analysis) are to be believed, Hillary Clinton, having demonstrated her staying power, is the overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination. The Republican race, by contrast, has seen a lot of consolidation — it...

02/23/2016 - 8:00am

    America’s two big political parties are very different from each other, and one difference involves the willingness to indulge economic fantasies.

    Republicans routinely engage in deep voodoo, making...

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